Cargo logjam certain as two-day BA pilot strike begins

September 9, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

British Airways flights – and cargo operations – were cancelled today in response to the pilot strike that will continue until close of business tomorrow.  
Shippers, however, appear to have been left in the dark over what all this means for their cargo.
The carrier told The Loadstar BA would “not be flying cargo for the duration of the industrial action”.    
“We are working on limiting the operational impact this unacceptable action will have, and we will continue to ...

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