BRITISH AIRWAYS CABIN CREW PLAN WORK TO RULE PROTESTS

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BRITISH AIRWAYS CABIN CREW PLAN WORK TO RULE PROTESTS

Unite members, the union representing British Airways cabin crew, could opt to use guerilla-style industrial action such as work to rule if they vote in favour of further action in a ballot today.

Unite is expected to focus on calls for peace talks rather than more walk outs. Chief executive, Willie Walsh, has pledged to operate 100% of the airline’s long-haul schedule at Heathrow, Gatwick and City airports which will limit the impact of any traditional strike action. BA can now call on thousands of volunteer cabin crew, including more than 500 pilots who have retrained as flight attendants. This has effectively made strike action a redundant form of protest for the union.

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