British Airways and its cabin crew, represented by the Unite union, reached an agreement Thursday aimed at ending their long-running industrial dispute.
British Airways 747-400. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. British Airways and its cabin crew, represented by the Unite union, reached an agreement Thursday aimed at ending their long-running industrial dispute. The deal follows changes at the top of both BA and Unite and lifts the threat of strike action by cabin crew (ATW Daily News, April 18). Cabin crew last year staged 22 days of strikes, costing BA an estimated £150 million ($246 million), and earlier this year voted for more ...
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