Jun 4, 2020
British Airways refuses to meet Home Secretary
The owner of British Airways, IAG, has refused to attend a meeting with Home Secretary Priti Patel on Thursday to discuss the UK's new quarantine plans. From 8 June the government will require all travellers to the UK to quarantine for 14 days or face a £1,000 fine. BA has faced heavy criticism in parliament in recent days over a plan to slash jobs while accessing the government's furlough scheme. The government insists the new quarantine rules will help contain the spread of coronavirus. The boss of the UK's biggest airport services company, Swissport, said on Thursday that the plan could deliver a "Killer blow" to the tourism sector.
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