British Airways said it reached an agreement with unions representing 1,800 London Gatwick-based crew on work rule changes that will save the carrier £13.2 million ($24.1 million) per year. The deal combines long-haul and short-haul crews into one body, which CEO Willie Walsh said "will remove duplication and introduce more efficient working practices, while maintaining standards of customer service." BA operates 186 short-haul and 18 long-haul flights to and from LGW each ...

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