If your plans appear to be up in the air because of the proposed strike by British Airways cabin crew, don’t panic just yet as the airline has plans to operate around 60% of its flights should the planed strike action go ahead on 20, 21, 22 March.
Flights unaffected by the proposed strike include:
- All flights operated to and from London City Airport will operate as normal
- Flights operated by subsidiary OpenSkies between Paris and New York will operate as normal.
- Flights operated by British Airways franchise partners (Comair in South Africa and Sun Air in Scandinavia) will operate as normal.
- Flights operated by other carriers (including oneworld Alliance partners) which have a BA codeshare flight number will operate as normal
For all other flights, passengers should check with British Airways.
The airline has set up a customer helpline for passengers affected by the industrial action – the contact number is a free-phone: 0800 727 800.
Passengers with bookings during the proposed strike action can check their flight status and bookings here: www.britishairways.com/rtad/travel/public/en_gb
For up-to-date strike action information check here www.britishairways.com/travel/strike-ballot/public/en_gb