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British Airways cabin crew to strike for two weeks in July

British Airways cabin crew to strike for two weeks in July

London (dpa) – British Airways cabin crew are set to stage a two-week strike in July as part of a long-running pay dispute with the airline.
The Unite union announced Friday that so-called “mixed fleet” crew members would walk out from July 1 to 16 following the latest breakdown in pay talks with the company.
“Mixed fleet” crew operate on long-haul and short-haul flights. They argue that they receive worse pay than other employees.
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