BA cabin crew warn of new strike

Mixed fleet flight attendants to walk out over four days
Cabin crew working for British Airways based at London Heathrow warn they will strike during the weekend of June 16-19, in the latest in a series of walkouts over pay.
Cabin crew working under ‘mixed fleet’ contract terms will refuse to be at work from 00:01 on Friday June 16 until 23:59 on Monday June 19. Mixed fleet flight attendants have been on strike for a total of 26 days since the start of January.
“The latest wave of action has been prompted by BA’s persistent refusal to restore the travel concessions that airline management had withdrawn from those who took part in strike action,” the union Unite said in a statement.
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