British Airways September 2019 Strike Dates Announced!

VERY URGENT: British Airways have sent cancellation emails in error! Check Manage My Booking and if it says it's still flying then your flight has not been cancelled! Click here for more.

The long-standing dispute between BALPA and British Airways has just reached its climax with strike dates announced for 9th, 10th and 27th September 2019. If you have any flights planned for these dates should check your “Manage My Booking” page to see if your flight date will change. Or of course to check whether your flight will go ahead if at all.

British Airways has this dedicated page to keep travellers informed of updates. Note that flights on BA CityFlyer, SUN-AIR and Comair are not affected.

British Airways G-CIVB Boeing 747 with Negus Retro Livery

In a statement, a British Airways spokesperson said:

It is completely unacceptable that BALPA is destroying the travel plans of tens of thousands of our customers with this unjustifiable strike action

We are extremely sorry that after many months of negotiations, based on a very fair offer, BALPA has decided on this reckless course of action.

We are now making changes to our schedule. We will do everything we can to get as many people away on their journeys as possible. However, it is likely that many of our customers will not be able to travel and we will be offering refunds and re-bookings for passengers booked on cancelled flights.

We are exploring options to supplement our fleet by using aircraft and crew from other airlines (wet-leasing)

We are working with our partner airlines to schedule larger aircraft to take the maximum number of customers

Our proposed deal of 11.5 per cent over three years is very fair and well above the UK's current rate of inflation, and by contrast to BALPA, has been accepted by the members of the Unite and GMB trade unions, which represent nearly 90 per cent of all British Airways colleagues including engineers, cabin crew and ground staff. In addition to basic pay, pilots also receive annual pay increments and regular flying allowances.

We continue to pursue every avenue to find a solution to avoid industrial action and protect our customers' travel plans.


  1. how can i move my avios from iberia to BRITISH airways i being tring to use my avios from iberia for the past 73 days this is ridiculous
    fake news
    any help

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