Gatwick BA cabin crew face big pay cuts or redundancy

Gatwick BA cabin crew face big pay cuts or redundancy

Anger as British Airways accused of ‘holding a gun’ to employees through jobs restructuring

Hundreds of cabin crew at British Airways at Gatwick are being told to choose hefty pay cuts or redundancy – despite the airline’s owners expecting to make more than €2.2bn (£1.5bn) in profits this year.

The most senior, longserving crew – cabin managers and pursers – were sent letters in the past few days telling them they would either have to accept new, lower-paid roles as “customer service managers” by 14 September or lose their jobs on 31 October.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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