British Airways (BA) cabin crew have embarked on their latest and longest bout of strike action in pursuit of improved pay. Members of the Unite union who form part of the airline’s London Heathrow-based mixed fleet, which operates both short- and long-haul services, began a week-long strike March 3. The union claims some cabin crew members earn as little as £16,000 ($19,600) a year, just above the UK’s statutory minimum wage. The airline disputes this figure, saying ...

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