British Airways (BA) is bracing for a further three days of industrial action by some 2,900 cabin crew members, represented by the Unite trade union, in a continuing dispute over pay rates. The UK national carrier will cancel 1% of flights during the strike, which starts at 12:01 a.m. local time Jan. 19. An airline spokesman was unable to give a precise number of services that would be scrapped. The cabin crew, which serves on the airline’s mixed fleet, struck for 48 hours last week. ...

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