British Airways and Aer Lingus each reached a crossroads yesterday with disgruntled flight attendants as attempts to agree on terms designed to produce cost savings met with resistance. British Airways and cabin staff represented by Unite could not reach an accord regarding staffing reductions and a pay freeze imposed by the carrier by yesterday afternoon's deadline, meaning the union now can give strike notice (ATWOnline, March 10). It had not done so as of yesterday evening and must do so ...

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