British Airways (BA) has lost its latest attempt July 31 to block pilots from staging a strike, as the likelihood of industrial action increased at the height of the summer holiday season. BA went to the Court of Appeal in London after losing its case in the High Court last week to bar the strike vote by members of the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA), who are seeking an increase in pay. “The Court of Appeal has today rightly dismissed BA’s attempt to injunct this ...

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