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BA Reworking Flight Schedules To Cyprus

British Airways has informed its Cyprus passengers that it is reworking its flight schedules after a decision by its cabin crew to strike for 12 days from December 22nd to January 2nd 2010.

"We would like to reassure our customers that all of our flights are continuing to operate as normal at this time. We are currently reworking our flight schedules for the strike period and aim to announce them as quickly as possible," said the company in a statement.

BA intends to inform affected customers directly if they have their e-mail address or by SMS text if they have their mobile phone number.

"We will use the contact details supplied at the time of booking, so we ask customers to please ensure these are correct and up-to-date," said BA.

The company notes that BA London City services with the exception of business class only London City – New York flights are operated by its fully owned subsidiary BA CityFlyer. These cabin crew were not part of the strike so BA CityFlyer's operation is not affected.

BA reiterated that it is commencing legal action against cabin crew union Unite's planned strike.

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