British Airways cabin crew have said they will go on strike for three days from 20 March and for four days from 27 March.
British Airways were “very dissapointed” with the decision, but must be fairly please that the strikes will not affect the easte rush. The Union added that there may be strike action again if a solution is not agreed before 14th April.
British Airways have already been working to ensure minimum disruption during any strike action, training ground staff and flight crew as stand-in cabin crew, as well as leasing fully staffed aircraft.
The strikes are over proposed cost-cutting measures which are intended to secure the airlines future.
Impact on Heathrow flights
On the strike dates, which to confirm are:
20, 21 and 22 March 2010
27, 28, 29 and 30 March 2010
There will be minimum disruption at Heathrow, full details will be available in due course.