Tuesday, 29 March 2011
The BA Workers Union, Unite have voted in favour by 5-1 to continue with more industrial action. It will mark for fourth time in two years that BA Cabin Crew have voted to strike.
The strike dates have yet to be announced but it could potentially dirupt the Easter holidays and any industrial action must start by 25th April. If the strikes do go ahead, the new chief executive, Keith Williams has promised that all long haul flights from Heathrow will operate as well as the stadard schedule from Gatwick and London City. It will be the flights on European schedule that are more likely to be affected.
Posted by Tom Warsop at 08:40