Airline works to clear backlog after crippling Heathrow strike (RedNova)

By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - More than 80 percent of British Airways flights were expected to operate from London's Heathrow Airport on Saturday as staff worked to clear the backlog caused by a crippling wildcat strike. A spokeswoman warned it would take several days to resume normal service however after the strike grounded more than 110,000 passengers during the peak summer holiday season.


Posted August 13, 2005

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