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A potential end to the ongoing dispute between British Airways (BA) and Unite has failed.
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) met with the feuding parties separately, after proposing a "potential way forward".
But ACAS was unable to break the deadlock, with Unite still on course to ballot for further strike action.
A spokesperson for ACAS said: "Regrettably, the parties were unable to move closer to an agreement. At present there are no further meetings planned but Acas will monitor developments and our services remain available."
Unite, which represents the airline's cabin crew, and BA are still in disagreement over the reinstallation of travel perks for striking crew members.
BA cabin crew have held 22 days of walkouts so far, with further strike action this summer a possibility.