BA and cabin crew to meet yet again to discuss a new deal
Representatives for British Airways' cabin crew members have agreed to take the latest offer by the airline to a ballot "as soon as possible", according to Unite.
Unite general secretary Tony Woodley and assistant general secretary Len McCluskey met Tuesday with cabin crew representatives about the new offer by BA with hopes that it could possibly put an end to a nearly two year squabble and so far 22 days of strikes.
Details about the offer have been kept top secret until both sides discuss it. Commenting on the latest offer, Unite's Woodley said: "Our members, who have shown exemplary solidarity and discipline throughout this long and bitter dispute, will now decide whether this offer meets their requirements."