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Pilot strikes weigh on IAG results for third quarter

Pilot strikes weigh on IAG results for third quarter

31 October 2019 Airline News

International Airlines Group has reported a third quarter operating profit of €1,425 million. The figure is down from the €1,530 million reported for the same period last year, with the organisation hit by pilot strikes at British Airways last month.

BALPA calls off British Airways strike

BALPA calls off British Airways strike

18 September 2019 Airline News

The British Airline Pilots Association has called off the next strike scheduled for September 27th in the dispute between British Airways and its pilots. BALPA said the strikes on September 9-10 had demonstrated “the anger and resolve of pilots”.

British Airways pilots likely to strike next week

British Airways pilots likely to strike next week

6 September 2019 Airline News

The British Airline Pilots Association says it could call off proposed strikes set for next week if British Airways agrees to come back to the negotiating table. As it stands, a number of pilots at British Airways will take industrial action on September 9th and 10th.

Progress in Virgin pilots dispute

Progress in Virgin pilots dispute

25 August 2010 Airline News

Representatives from the British Air Line Pilots Association have reported “some progress” in attempts to resolve a disagreement with Virgin Atlantic following talks in London. The two sides are in dispute over holiday entitlement at the airline, with the threat of strike action looming.

Flight cancellations loom as pilots dispute ID cards

16 February 2009 Press Release Airline News

Thousands of flights from the UK could be cancelled due to a dispute between pilots and the Government over identity cards.The British Airline Pilots Association has said that its members would refuse to co-operate with Home Office over plans to use airside workers as “guinea pigs” for the new cards.