British Airways (BA) has cancelled flights as a safety measure ahead of a second strike by pilots planned for later this month. The airline announced the cancellations to thousands of passengers for journey’s due to take place around 217 September, when pilots in the Balpa union are due to walk out in a dispute over pay. Earlier this week, BA cancelled around 1,700 flights during the first strike which took place over Monday and Tuesday. Disruption then continued into Wednesday when the airline said that 150 aircraft were out of place, along with more than 700 pilots and 4,000 cabin

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