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first_imgBritish Airways have today announced dates of their forthcoming cabin crew strike.The dates for the BA strike are:March: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30thBA has published detailed plans of how they intend to deal with the strike, and has listed the exact flight numbers and flight schedules, including details of the franchise, codeshare and alliance partners, that will be affected.Flights from London City to and from New York (JFK) and all long haul flights to and from London Gatwick will continue to operate normally and any changes to bookings on these flights are subject to the original fare rules.For all other flights, until BA finalise their flying schedule, if you are booked to travel between 19 and 31 March 2010, you have the choice of rebooking or cancelling and obtaining a refund.What should I do?There is a possibility that the strike will not go ahead. If you have a non-refundable ticket, it might be worth holding on a little longer to see what unfolds.Call the BA Strike Hotline to check the status of your flight.If you have a fully refundable ticket, it may be best to cancel the ticket, get the refund and book alternative flights. See our list of quick links below:BA Strike – Flight OptionsFlights from London HeathrowFlights from London GatwickFlights from ManchesterFlights from BirminghamFlights from LiverpoolFlights from CardiffFlights from EdinburghFlights from GlasgowFlights from AberdeenFlights from all UK airports ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedBA will publish flight schedule ahead of latest strike actionBA will publish flight schedule ahead of latest strike actionSkyscanner German traffic up 13% following Lufthansa strike disruptionSkyscanner’s German site (www.Skyscanner.de) saw a 13% rise in traffic as travellers scrambled to find replacement flightsBA sets up free disruption hotlineBA sets up free disruption hotlinelast_img

first_imgBritish Airways have today announced dates of their forthcoming cabin crew strike.The dates for the BA strike are:March: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30thBA has published detailed plans of how they intend to deal with the strike, and has listed the exact flight numbers and flight schedules, including details of the franchise, codeshare and alliance partners, that will be affected.Flights from London City to and from New York (JFK) and all long haul flights to and from London Gatwick will continue to operate normally and any changes to bookings on these flights are subject to the original fare rules.For all other flights, until BA finalise their flying schedule, if you are booked to travel between 19 and 31 March 2010, you have the choice of rebooking or cancelling and obtaining a refund.What should I do?There is a possibility that the strike will not go ahead. If you have a non-refundable ticket, it might be worth holding on a little longer to see what unfolds.Call the BA Strike Hotline to check the status of your flight.If you have a fully refundable ticket, it may be best to cancel the ticket, get the refund and book alternative flights. See our list of quick links below:BA Strike – Flight OptionsFlights from London HeathrowFlights from London GatwickFlights from ManchesterFlights from BirminghamFlights from LiverpoolFlights from CardiffFlights from EdinburghFlights from GlasgowFlights from AberdeenFlights from all UK airports ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedBA will publish flight schedule ahead of latest strike actionBA will publish flight schedule ahead of latest strike actionSkyscanner German traffic up 13% following Lufthansa strike disruptionSkyscanner’s German site (www.Skyscanner.de) saw a 13% rise in traffic as travellers scrambled to find replacement flightsBA sets up free disruption hotlineBA sets up free disruption hotlinelast_img

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