(Reuters) – British Airways pilots could call off proposed strikes set for Sept. 9 and 10 if the airline agrees to come back to the negotiating table, the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) said on Thursday.
The union has put forward a new proposal in a letter to British Airways Chief Executive Officer Alex Cruz in an effort to reach a deal with the company, BALPA said in a statement https://www.balpa.org/Media-Centre/Press-Releases/BA-pilots-could-call-off-strike-if-airline-agrees
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BALPA said last month that the pilots would go on strike for three days in September in a dispute over pay that could disrupt the peak summer holiday season.
The strikes could still go ahead if the airline continues to refuse meaningful discussions, the union added.
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“Our members’ resolve is very strong and they remain very angry with BA, but they also want to leave no stone unturned in trying to find a resolution...
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