British Airways and its cabin crew members have not reached a resolution over pay and staffing levels, but the carrier expects to operate most of its flights from its base in London's Heathrow airport today. Flight attendants have spent seven days on strike, forcing BA to cancel hundreds of flights. "We are quickly coming into the high season, so they have to solve this issue before then," said Yan Derocles, an analyst at Oddo Securities. "They don't have a lot of time to resolve this strike."
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