BA and Unite: close to deal?

By Doug Newhouse |

Two separate reports by Reuters and the BBC suggest that the Unite Union, which represents British Airways cabin crew, is close to recommending a deal that will end the three-year dispute between crew and management over working conditions, pay and staff travel perks.

Reuters and the BBC both reported today that senior members of the Unite Union are expected to meet today to agree a package to put to crew members that will end the dispute which has cost the airline £150m ($245m) to date.



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