British Air cabin crews delay strike vote

By Associated Press
Posted June 28, 2010 at 10:44 a.m.

The union representing British Airways cabin crews says a new ballot on strike action is being postponed so its members can consider an offer from the airline.

The Unite union said Monday that the vote, which had been scheduled to begin Tuesday, would be delayed.
BA’s new offer includes a payment to guarantee that existing crew won’t lose out on route allowances and guaranteed raises in basic pay for two years starting in February.

The two sides have been involved in a long-running dispute that has resulted in 22 days of strikes and cost British Airways millions.

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