British Airways passengers face more chaos as airline workers consider a summer holiday strike.
The news comes mere days after the beleaguered carrier was forced to cancel 8000 flights in its March-October schedule.
On top of this, 15 to 20 per cent of BA travellers on cancelled flights still won’t be at their destination 24 hours after they were meant to arrive..
With airline workers set to vote on possible industrial action in coming days, the situation could get worse before it gets better.
So how did things get so bad – and is the end in sight?
How many flights has British Airways cancelled?
British Airways has had a difficult couple of months.
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