Reply To: Unite/BASSA to Strike 20/3 for 3 Days, 27/3 for 4 Days

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VintageKrug
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It is possible the strike may never happen.

Although BA is wet leasing crewed aircraft, Domestic flights are (rightly in my opinion) the most at risk as these are the flights for which it is easiest for passengers to make alternative arrangements (rail, road, coach or simply postponing by a day).

The London City flights will operate as normal, so in the first instance (if possible) try and book a flight arriving there; otherwise I would have a back up plan ready just in case.

Nut if you believe it’s time to stop being held to ransom by Trades Union Trots, then I would urge you to support BA and keep your booking with them if possible.

Note that BA will publish a timetable of flights for the initial strike weekend shortly, so you should know in good time whether or not your flight will operate.

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