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British Airways is to resume peace talks with union leaders today, ABTN can confirm.
The airline is in the final day of a series of strikes by its cabin crew, and hopes to avert further strikes by coming to a final resolution.
Unite, the union which represents BA cabin crew, is currently planning a further 10 days of strike action.
A five-day walkout is due to begin on Sunday, with the final five days of strikes due to start on June 5.
While it is resuming talks with the union today, the airline has also warned of continued legal action.
BA said it intends to return to the courts in a bid to have the strike action ruled unlawful.
BA wrote to Unite this week to "to remind them to retain all relevant paperwork," said a BA spokeswoman.
The airline stressed it is not appealing the court's decision last week, when an injunction against Unite was overturned, but intends to continue with a full hearing on the legality of the strikes.
"The union would have been fully aware that the point of law over the strike ballot result would come to a full court case in due course," said BA.