British Airways is back to normal for its long-haul operations, awaits the decision on the Unite appeal

British Airways (London) has reported it is now operating 100 percent of its long-haul flights at London’s Heathrow Airport. However short-haul service is still experiencing problems as it tries to undo some of the plans it had put in place to prepare for the cabin crew strikes.

The company has warned it is unable to return to a full schedule while it awaits the outcome of the United appeal by Unite, to overturn the High Court injunction against any strikes, which were due to start on May 18.

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Copyright Photo: Gilbert Hechema. BA’s long-haul Boeing 777-236 ER G-YMMI (msn 30310) arrives at Montreal (Trudeau).