Anger as Unite union accuses British Airways of ‘holding a gun’ to employees through job restructuring

Hundreds of cabin crew at British Airways at Gatwick are being told to choose hefty pay cuts or redundancy despite the airline’s owners expecting to make more than €2.2bn (£1.6bn) in profits this year.

The most senior, longserving crew – cabin managers and pursers – were sent letters in the past few days telling them they would either have to accept new lower-paid roles as “customer service managers” by 14 September or lose their jobs on 31 October.

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