Unite is to ballot its members on “revised proposals on pay and staffing levels” from BA.
Unite said that the ballot will be held “as soon as practically possible”, and general secretary Tony Woodley said that members would now decide “whether this offer meets their requirements”. Statements from both Unite and BA can be read below, and full details of the offer have been posted on the Unite website.
BA cabin staff have staged a total of 22 days of strike action so far this year. The carrier’s CEO Willie Walsh recently said that he was “100 per cent confident” BA would fly a full long-haul service from Heathrow, Gatwick and London City during any future action.