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Strike, Out: British Airways Reinstates All Flights

Anne McDonough

Those booked on British Airways can breathe a sigh of relief: According to a press release issued this afternoon, all British Airways flights will be reinstated tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 30, as the threatened cabin crew strike was called off. But there's still some fine print you need to be aware of. Here is it is, directly from the BA press release:

"If customers wish to travel on any reinstated British Airways service they must contact British Airways or their respective travel agent as soon as possible to have their travel arrangements confirmed. Customers who do not have a confirmed booking or who have not been rebooked are advised not to come to the airport without first calling British Airways at 1 800 AIRWAYS (800-247-9297) or their respective travel agent. Customers need to check on for all the latest details and the exact methods of rebooking."

Also, some flights leaving Heathrow tomorrow apparently might not have full catering services. If you find out you're on one of those flights, make sure to clamor for the in-airport food vouchers BA has said they will offer.

By Anne McDonough |  January 29, 2007; 3:44 PM ET  | Category:  Airline Industry , Anne McDonough
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And if you are in th BA executive club you usually get 2,500 miles extra if there is no food.

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