British Airways (BA) has said it anticipates being able to carry all its passengers Jan. 10-11, despite a planned strike by some cabin crew. The national carrier said Jan. 6 that industrial action by around 2,500 members of the Unite trade union, who are employed as cabin crew on BA’s “mixed fleet” based at London Heathrow, would impinge only slightly on travelers. Mixed fleet personnel are employed as crew on both long- and short-haul services. The dispute is over pay, ...

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