Published on : Wednesday, January 4, 2017
The cabin crews of the British Airways previously suspended their strike during Christmas after the airline presented a new offer but at present the cabin crews are planning to stage a 48-hour strike, starting from Tuesday, 10th January.
The Unite union informed that after the members rejected the new offer made by the airline by 7-1, the cabin crew decided to call the latest strike.
British Airways informed that they would ensure that all the customers travel to their destinations. They also stated that further details would be revealed after finalising the contingency plan on 6th January, Friday.
The airline informed that they are extremely disappointed that Unite has once again chosen to target the customers and the airline is now focused on protecting their customers from this unnecessary and completely unjustified action.
It is certain that the air passengers are about to face huge travel disruption during the strike.