British Airways said it planned to serve more than 75% of those customers booked on flights from Saturday through Tuesday, when flight attendants represented by Unite were scheduled to engage in the second of two strikes protesting imposed crew reductions. A larger-than-expected number of flight attendants (nearly 60%) crossing the picket line during the March 20-22 strike enabled BA to enlarge its original contingency schedule for last weekend, it said. On Friday, it announced that it ...

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