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31 MAY 2010

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British Airways v Unite (continued)

BRITISH AIRWAYS is still in dispute with the Unite union as AERBT closed up on Sunday evening and is in very urgent need of a return of pubic confidence.  Following six hours of ACAS sponsored talks on Friday the meeting broke up without agreement and clearly with misunderstandings as to the next step.  With the strike now with us until midnight Friday BA says it will get 70% of flights away, but for the airline the biggest problem must remain the travelling public’s perception of what is available.  Another walkout is planned for the following week. www.unitetheunion.com www.ba.com

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