British Airways vows to fly 70% of its passengers during the 20-day strike

British Airways (London) is planning to operate six out of ten long-haul flights and more than half its shorter services from Heathrow, but up to two million people are still expected to be affected by the long-running industrial action by its cabin staff.

This new plan is part of BA’s strike-busting plan to ‘keep BA flying’ and resist the Unite union which the company has termed as “seeking to destroy Britain’s flagship airline with pointless industrial action”.

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Copyright Photo: Bruce Drum. Airbus A319-131 G-EUPX (msn 1445) arrives at the LHR base.

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