Personally if this strike goes ahead, it will be damaging for the airline. The cabin crew should be fortunate to have a job. Across the world private and public sector companies are removing benefits as a way of saving costs. The unions should understand this and are not beign sympatheic.
Utlimately, if the airline collapses, then the strikers will find themselves out of a job and fighting for their personal survival. I think the unions should seek the opinions of British Airways customers before taking action over Easter and other key dates.
As a result customers will move to other airlines and the stikers will be at fault if the airline collapses, it won’t be a win win situation for the public or the staff of British Airways.