British Airways facing strikes by cabin crews But most American's won't notice a problem. Flights from New York, Chicago, and other U.S. gateways will operate normally. Sean O'Neill Friday, Mar 12, 2010, 11:11 AM Budget Travel LLC, 2015

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mar 12 2010

British Airways facing strikes by cabin crews

British Airways cabin crews will go on strike for on seven days during March, disrupting travel for thousands of passengers. Strikes will be held between March 20 and 22 and March 27 through 30.

But most Americans won't notice a problem. The majority of flights from New York and other U.S. gateways are expected to operate normally.


Fliers should visit British Airways's webpage about the strike to see how their flights may change.


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