BA reinstates half of flight schedule after pilots cancel strike

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British Airways to restore hundreds of flights and rebook thousands of passengers British Airways will operate more than half its normal flight schedule next Friday after astrike by pilots was called off . Although BA had stopped selling tickets for 27 September and started cancelling bookings, it will merge some services and operate more than 400 flights on the day. It is also offering to rebook
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