British Airways intends to serve 60% of its scheduled passengers March 20-22, or about 45,000 per day, when flight attendants represented by Unite are scheduled to stage the first of two strikes this month. In addition, the airline said it will offer seats to "many thousands more customers" on alternative flights or on services operated by 40 other carriers to which passengers can be rebooked free of charge during the strike. Unite also plans to strike March 27-30 (ATWOnline, March ...

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