British Airways (BA) faces the prospect of fresh industrial tensions with pilots and cabin crew after three unions submitted a joint pay claim to the carrier, requesting that improvements in its financial results trickle down to staff. The British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) has joined forces with cabin crew and ground staff unions Unite and GMB to demand pay increases from January 2019. They are also calling for enhanced profit-sharing arrangements and the introduction of an ...

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