British Airways flight attendants represented by Unite will conclude their three-day walkout today amid contradictory claims regarding the impact of the airline's first strike in 13 years. BA set out to serve at least 60% of its passengers using re-trained employees, wet-leased aircraft and Unite members choosing not to honor the strike (ATWOnline, March 18). According to CEO Willie Walsh, the carrier exceeded that target. "The performance [Saturday] was very good, better than we had ...

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