Jun 10, 2017
British Airways cabin crew suspend four-day strike
British Airways cabin crew have suspended a planned four-day strike. BA had said the crew's pay and rewards are in line with competitors but Unite said the action was about benefits not being reinstated for crew who took part in earlier industrial action. Unite said the cabin staff, who work on both short and long-haul routes as part of the airline's "Mixed fleet" agreement, are paid less than other BA crew. "Mixed-fleet" cabin crew have staged 26 days of strikes so far, and Unite says that as a result, 1,400 of its members have had their travel benefits taken away. The union said action had come about because the airline had treated staff who had participated in earlier strike action unfairly.
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