Old Jun 22, 19, 11:42 am
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Originally Posted by KeaneJohn View Post

I would t worry too much about this until it happens if it happens. A ballot and announcement of strikes if thatís the result might concentrate BAs minds a bit,

Typically train fares in the UK for longer distance journeys are very expensive if purchased on the day or at short notice. This is particularly true if an air strike is known to be taking g place people will book alternatives in advance.

Realistically as Edinburgh is served by quite a few BA flights a day and Glasgow and Newcastle not that far away, if the flight you are booked on is cancelled, depending on the level of industrial action thereís a good chance that your u will be rebooked fairly closely to your flight and destination
Also BA CityFlyer are not a part of this negotiation so they could potentially send people across London to make a connection from LCY. Or if the whole journey is on one ticket itís possible you could be re-routed to avoid London altogether.
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