British Airways (BA) cabin crew, represented by the Unite union, will strike again Feb. 22-25 in a long-running dispute over pay levels. Unite cabin crew who work for BA’s London Heathrow-based mixed fleet, which handles both short- and long-haul services, have had 11 days of strike action since the start of the year. The latest strike is for the longest period yet. The airline has met previous bouts of strikes by merging certain Heathrow services, usually on short-haul routes that ...

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