Tough week ahead for Heathrow with threats from pilots strike and drones

September 6, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Heathrow is facing a week of misery with pilot strikes, environmental protests and news that its head of cargo will be departing next month.  
British Airways’ pilots confirmed they would strike on Monday and Tuesday, after a last-ditch effort to restart talks with union representatives was rejected by the carrier.  
General secretary of the BA Pilots Association (Balpa) Brian Strutton said: “Our members’ resolve is very strong, and they remain very angry ...

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