British Airways CEO Willie Walsh said last week that the airline wound up flying "well over 80%" of those customers booked on flights during the March 27-30 flight attendants' strike (ATWOnline, March 30). He offered a "particular" thanks to the more than 60% of cabin crew who "ignored the strike call and turned up to serve our customers alongside our volunteers." He concluded: "Unite has failed to ground British Airways. We have put a fair and sensible offer to the union, and I hope it ...

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