They will probably do a deal in the new year.
Reports in US media suggest imprisoned Russian arms trafficker Viktor Bout - known as the Merchant of Death - could be transferred by Washington to the Russian authorities as part of the deal.
A confirmed death in India of a man who returned from UAE where he tested positive before he flew home but told no one. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-62344928 "Twenty close contacts of the man have been categorised as "high risk" and isolated, the minister told reporters...Jump to post
Appears he was on the balcony when two missiles visited him.
BA suspends sales of short-haul tickets from Heathrow
British Airways has halted sales of tickets on short-haul flights from Heathrow Airport until 8 August as disruption to air travel continues. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-62386909 The sales suspension will affect BA's flights to domestic and European destinations.In a statement, BA said: &quo...Jump to post
British Airways pilots are clamouring for a ballot on strike action in a fresh blow for holidaymakers after airline chiefs rejected demands for a new pay deal. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2022/07/25/british-airways-pilots-poised-launch-strike-action/ Under growing pressure from members, the...Jump to post
Let us be honest, there are far too many people on this beautiful planet. There needs to a reset, say a reduction of 25%. Perhaps mother nature can come up with a plan, because mankind can not. Just my :twocents: worth. You first. Do you have kids? No kids, never wanted to bring them into such an u...Jump to post
A little hope,Deal signed to allow grain exports to resume by sea.
And now some good news, BA staff have just cancelled their proposed strike this summer.
Given the current wild fires all around the world due to Global warming should countries be increasing the build/purchase of aircraft water bombers? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuLk5hXMRZY Saw this and seems like a cost effective soulution over time. Any idea how many bombers worldwide there are?Jump to post
Seems that the union has a strong hand to play.Jump to post
Couldn't the affected airlines just buy fuel off other suppliers at LHR? Or alternatively drive a few bowsers over from other airports? Unless they use the same supplier there (at a guess they probably do). May not be that easy, I would guess most other fueling vendors are just as tight on staffing...Jump to post