British Airways yesterday said it was increasing its March 20-22 schedule as "the number of cabin crew offering to work as normal has increased significantly," while Unite called on the UK government to "investigate standards" on flights featuring "strike-busting" crew. On Monday, BA said it planned to serve 60% of its scheduled passengers during the three-day flight attendants strike thanks in part to wet-leased aircraft and employees from throughout the company volunteering to fill in ...

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