Pilots at UK carrier British Airways (BA) have voted 93% in favor of strike action, after three days of arbitration talks yielded no progress. The pilots, represented by the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA), were balloted on strike action after talks broke down without agreement. Negotiations have been ongoing since late 2018. Announcing the ballot results July 22, BALPA said 90% of its members voted, with 93% backing industrial action. “This strong result demonstrates the ...

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