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BA cabin crew to go on strike at Christmas

Old Dec 14th 2009, 9:58 pm
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Default Re: BA cabin crew to go on strike at Christmas

Originally Posted by jojojojojojojojojojojojo
Its a fallacy that BA are the only ones who get those "perks",
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That's not what I said, but reading the reports, their perks are quite considerably better.
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Old Dec 14th 2009, 10:02 pm
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Default Re: BA cabin crew to go on strike at Christmas

Originally Posted by agoreira
That's not what I said, but reading the reports, their perks are quite considerably better.
I dont understand what you're saying??? but never mind, I'm just glad my daughters dont work for BA cos I dont think they'll have jobs for much longer!

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Old Dec 15th 2009, 12:45 am
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Default Re: BA cabin crew to go on strike at Christmas

Originally Posted by agoreira
Willie Walsh says the complete opposite, so we'll see who is correct, you or him!
Well actually I wrote the statement with a question mark, so even if they went bust it wouldn't be a case of me being "correct".

Looks like the end of BA?
Having said that, it wouldn't surprise me to see BA go under if there was a strike; even now the company's in big problems and posted their biggest ever loss last month. How is losing regular customers at Christmas-time going to help them? They may well decide to wind up the company to avoid their pensions obligation! I certainly wouldn't trust the likes of Wille Walsh, who took a 6% pay rise last year despite BA performing so badly. Maybe they'll try to get a bailout from the government, and then find out the govt. has no more money left after bailing out all the banks.
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