British Airways said yesterday that the second flight attendants' strike, scheduled to run through Tuesday, cost the carrier £11 million ($16.4 million) over the weekend but will have no impact on its full-year earnings. BA estimated that the Unite union's March 20-22 walkout had a £21 million impact on its bottom line (ATWOnline, March 23). "Contingency plans for the second period of industrial action have again been very successful," the airline said Monday. It said it was able to ...

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