British Airways Crew Kicks Off a 5-Day Strike
The British Airways’ cabin crew has gone in for a five day strike, starting today, leading to the cancellation of a number of flights between Scotland and London. The airline clarified that it has been trying to increase the number of flights during the strike, avoiding 55% of the obstructed links between May 30 and June 3.
The airline has also proclaimed that traveler must cross check the flight schedule before starting from homes.
It has been informing the passengers whose flights have been cancelled or rescheduled.
Though the Gatwick and London City airports are functioning as per the schedules, the services are being affected severely.
6 of the total 7 flights from Glasgow to Heathrow and from Heathrow to Glasgow have been cancelled.
Meanwhile, 2 out of the 8 flights from Edinburgh to Heathrow are running as per schedule, alike the 3 of 9 to Scotland's capital.
In addition to this, the Airline has shared that 3 out of 6 flights from Aberdeen to Heathrow and 3 of 6 in the opposite direction will remain operation in the next 5 days.
"At this stage British Airways expects to fly more than 75% of customers who hold a booking between May 30 and June 3. This equates to around 65,000 customers flying each day”, said a BA spokesperson.
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