British Airways will operate all flights during next week’s proposed strike action. The airline confirmed all passengers will be able to travel to their destination on February 5, 6 and 7, despite industrial action from cabin crew members of Unite the Union. All flights to and from London City, Gatwick and long-haul from Heathrow will operate as normal. The vast majority of short-haul services from Heathrow will operate as normal although a number will be merged. This will mean some passengers travelling slightly earlier or later than their original booking. BA said all passengers affected will be contacted with options available to them. There is also a further three days of strikes planned for February 9, 10 and 11. BA said it will publish a revised timetable for those three days later this week. (Buying Business Travel)
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