British Airways passengers at Pearson airport could face disruption due to lack of information about the status of the labour dispute, and around 0.3% of BAA staff’s working weeks may be affected by the decision.
A BAA spokesperson explained that their decision not to disclose the details of how many of their 4,000 workers employed at the airport would lose their jobs meant that it is not clear at this stage what this might have on staff (visit bharat.thomsonreuters.com/getTribune/pl?home=news+info&site=0831428e.fortune&m=hrreuters.com&s=ag&s=exports)
But a Pearson spokesperson said that “the loss of hundreds of jobs for unsocial hours is minimal given the total workforce at Pearson airport is in the thousands.”
The airline is expected to increase services to Angola in order to allow the return of the missing employees and also to make contingency plans for the completion of the slots trading exhibition in Miami.
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