Third tranche of industrial action in dispute over 'poverty pay'
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Union calls for negotiations; airline says it will get passengers to their destinations
More than 250 flights cancelled since Monday
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Unite union demands improvement on 'poverty pay'
One man's quest for the best in inflight catering has turned up a winner
BA and Unite union trade claims and counter-claims on strikes over 'poverty pay'
New policy of charging for food and drink could spark tray envy
Airline switching to selling food and drink on board
As rail and air strikes begin, the Labour leader calls for the train operator to be stripped of its franchise
Despite some recent tragedies, air travel is still one of the safest forms of transportation around. In fact, according to Australian consumer-aviation website AirlineRatings.com, 2016 was the second safest year in the history of commercial aviation, after 2013.
Unite said its members rejected the offer by 7-1
Heathrow, Gatwick and London City airports are worst affected by fog
Crew decided toilets on OpenSkies flight were unusable after malfunction
Many passengers urged to 'consider alternative travel arrangements'