The disruption to British Airways’ flights is set to continue tomorrow (11 September) after the airline’s two-day strike leaves 'nearly half' of its 300 aircraft and more than 700 pilots 'in the wrong place'. In addition, over 4,000 cabin crew have had their rosters disrupted, and in many cases will be unable to work for several days due to legal rest requirements. The British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) is still planning a further 24-hour strike on 27 September, unless the deadlocked row is resolved.

BA said: “The nature of our highly complex, global operation means that it will take some time to get back to a completely normal flight schedule. Due to the union’s strike action, nearly half of our fleet of over 300 aircraft and more than 700 pilots will start the day in the wrong place.”

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