British Airways

Boris Johnson warns of being "hostages to fortune" amid signs reopening of international travel could be pushed back.
The move comes amid attempts by countries around the world to prevent the spread of a new, more transmissible, coronavirus variant.
The Labour leader will also warn the PM of the "scarring effect" mass unemployment could have on communities.
The news comes as thousands more workers are expected to find out the status of their jobs.
BA said a downturn in travel during the pandemic meant the company would probably never fly the "queen of the skies" again.
The airlines are calling the government's 14-day policy "flawed".
We’ve done 24-hour shifts on repatriation flights with no PPE, and our reward is facing redundancy.
The company's revenues have fallen by 13% in the first quarter of this year.
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