British Airways (BA) cabin crew, represented by the Unite union, is planning a 48-hour strike on Jan. 10-11 as part of an ongoing pay dispute. More than 2,700 “mixed fleet” cabin crew that operate both short- and long-haul services from London Heathrow Airport had planned a two-day walkout on Dec. 25-26, but this action was suspended Dec. 22 after BA proposed a revised offer. However, Unite members rejected the offer and the union said BA has refused to extend the 28-day ...

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