British Airways unit set to fly in June

05/16/2008 | Air Transport World

Despite speculation that year-end earnings may prompt a postponement of its OpenSkies launch, British Airways says its new trans-Atlantic unit is still on schedule to begin service in mid-June. OpenSkies has received its Air Operators Certificate, but BA is still negotiating with pilots who held a February strike vote over the airline's plans to operate the unit under a separate labor agreement.

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