British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

British Airways Stagnated as Pilots Go On 48-Hour Strike

The flagship airline was enforced to cancel almost all flights during the 48-hour pilot strike. The strike was due to salary negotiations with the British Airways Pilots Association failed. This lead to stagnant tensions on the runway. A spokesperson of British Airways told the Washington Post that around 195,000 customers were scheduled to fly on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Brian Strutton, the general secretary of the pilot’s union, said in a statement, British Airways should wake up and understand that its pilots are determined to be heard. He added that…

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