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British Airways pilots seek strike vote - 'profit hikes not reflected in pay'

BRITISH Airways pilots have called for a strike vote after unions rejected the latest pay package from management, reports Bloomberg

British Airways pilots seek strike vote - 'profit hikes not reflected in pay'

BRITISH Airways pilots have called for a strike vote after unions rejected the latest pay package from management, reports Bloomberg

13 June 2019 - 19:00

BRITISH Airways pilots have called for a strike vote after unions rejected the latest pay package from management, reports Bloomberg.

'We are urgently considering next steps and will make a further statement later this week,' said Brian Strutton, general secretary of the British Airline Pilots Association (BAPA).



The Unite and GMB unions also rejected the three-year offer from IAG SA, the owner of the airline, as the labour groups seek to agree the first-ever joint pay deal with BA.



Salaries haven't reflected profit gains following a drop in oil prices starting in 2014, the union said, while claiming that company morale has suffered from higher density seating, paid-for food on shorter flights and cuts to back-office staff.


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