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Latest news on proposed cabin crew strike
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The Transport and General Workers Union’s (T&G) cabin crew branch has announced that it is planning industrial action on January 29, 30 and 31; February 5, 6 and 7; and February 12, 13 and 14.
We would like to assure you that we remain committed to resolving this dispute through continued talks. We have today asked an external mediation service to assist us in taking this process forward with the T&G.
In the meantime, all British Airways flights continue to operate normally.
We are currently assessing the impact any potential industrial action will have on our flight schedule, in the event that a strike does take place. We are working as quickly as possible to confirm our plans for the affected period. If any of your customers are due to travel between January 29 and February 16 we understand that they may wish to change their plans. As a result, we have introduced a policy that enables you to rebook flights for a different date.
We understand that this is an uncertain time for our customers. We would like to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to make sure that disruption is minimised in the event of any industrial action. To enable us to reach your customers with the latest travel information before their flights, we recommend that all bookings contain traveller contact details (e.g. mobile number, e-mail address). Your customers can visit “Manage my Booking” at ba.com to ensure their details are up to date.
We aim to make information available about the first period of action from Wednesday, January 24th and will update you with this as soon as it is available. If we have to make flight cancellations as a result of industrial action, we will publish a comprehensive policy that will cover rebooking, rerouting and refund options.
You may be able to make changes to your customer’s booking by applying the British Airways Commercial policy at batraveltrade.com. Please continue to visit batraveltrade.com to receive the latest British Airways information on this situation.
Thank you for your support during this time.
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