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BA strike to go ahead - Travel Trade Gazette

 

Members of the Unite union voted 92.5% in favour of the strike, on an 80% turnout, in a ballot whose results were announced by the union at mass meeting at Sandown Racecourse in Surrey.

 

The first strike is set to take place on December 22 and continue until January 2, meaning 12 days of strikes over the Christmas period. The 12-day period was chosen to "maximise impact".

 

 

I feel sorry for all those that are going to suffer, and not BA. They splurged millions prior to recent losses, and even asked the staff to work for free.

 

Bank a little, hey. :rolleyes:

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They've been selling off routes for years (to Flybe and Easyjet that I can think of) and are still useless.

 

A friend probably won't be able to get home from Abu Dhabi for xmas now - her family will be gutted.

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