British Airways Strike Action Update
BA cabin crew have announced strike action for 7 days in March, for three days from 20 March and for four days from 27 March in a dispute over pay and staff levels. We are in the process of contacting all customers booked with us over this period with options available. Please do not hesitate to contact your consultant if you urgently require any information on your British Airways booking.
On current information British Airways expects to operate all flights from London City Airport - including New York services - and all longhaul flights from Gatwick during the strike dates. In addition the airline is finalising contingency plans to be able to operate as many services as possible on other routes. The airline expects to be able to announce a revised flying schedule for the dates affected by strike action from Monday 15 March.
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