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Members of BA Cabin Crew Suspend Planned Strike to Allow for New Talks

Members of BA Cabin Crew Suspend Planned Strike to Allow for New Talks
Ryan Boyd

Members of Unite, a union of cabin crew members, have suspended their plans for a four-day strike beginning June 16 in order to facilitate fresh negotiations with British Airways. The strike was planned after an initial offer from the carrier was rejected by the union, but suspension of the walkout could potentially lead to an offer from the carrier that the union will accept.

Unite is allegedly advocating for 1,400 members of the union who claim to have had their travel benefits stripped by the carrier due to participation in previous strikes.

To read more on this story, go to Daily Mail.

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  1. UncleDude

    June 13, 2017 at 8:30 am

    Please post the Correct Headline…Its not ALL members of Unite Union, it was a relatively small number who are Contracted onto BA Mixed Fleet Services. The Majority of BA Cabin Crew are not involved,.even Unite Members who are on Mainline Services. Last time it was less than !% of services mainly short haul that were affected

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