British Airways (BA) advises passengers ahead of the weekend's planned cabin crew strike
BRITISH Airways (BA) has reminded passengers that not all of its flights will be cancelled when the cabin crew strike starts tomorrow (March 20).The strike by members of the trade union Unites is due to run from Saturday March 20 to Monday March 22. BA
BRITISH Airways (BA) has reminded passengers that not all of its flights will be cancelled when the cabin crew strike starts tomorrow (March 20).
The strike by members of the trade union Unites is due to run from Saturday March 20 to Monday March 22. BA has told passengers that if their flight is operating it will either: be operating normally, be operating with a different level of onboard service or
be operated by a charter company flying on behalf of BA.
The arrivals and departures facility is up to date with details of flights that have been cancelled and flights that are operating, with information about how BA intends to operate them.
BA is urging passengers to continue to check the status of their flight up until the day of departure. If your flight is cancelled do not come to the airport.
Whether your flight is operating or cancelled between March 20-22 you have the option of changing your booking, including any other BA flights that are not affected by the strike that are in the same booking.
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If you are travelling to or from London Heathrow by public transport, due to engineering works there will be no direct underground tube service on Saturday or Sunday (March 20-21), between central London and the airport. Rail replacement services will be in operation but you are advised to check with Transport for London for details. The Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect train services should be operating as normal.