British Airways has cancelled 24 flights as cabin crew start their three-day walkout in a dispute over pay.
The airline said it will operate all its long-haul services to and from Heathrow over the next 72 hours but cancel 24 short-haul flights.
Workers are striking in a dispute over pay for members on ‘Mixed Fleet’ contracts.
Flight number: BA1304 - Time: 7.00am - Destination: Aberdeen, Scotland
Flight number: BA0964 - Time: 7.05am - Destination: Hamburg, Germany
Flight number: BA0762 - Time: 7.30am - Destination: Olso, Norway
Flight number: BA0976 - Time: 7.50am - Destination: Hanover, Germany
Flight number: BA0540 - Time: 8.35am - Destination: Bologna, Italy
Flight number: BA0944 - Time: 4.00pm - Destination: Dusseldorf, Germany
* Return journeys from destinations back to Heathrow were also cancelled
Workers claim they are underpaid and dispute the airline’s claim that staff are paid a minimum of £21,000 a year through pay, bonuses and incentives.
British Airways has described the call for strike action as “bizarre” and “completely without justification”.
The airline confirmed all flights to and from Gatwick and London City will operate as normal, as well as all long-haul flights to and from Heathrow.
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