(Reuters) - The Unite trade union has said the members of its British Airways mixed fleet will go on strike for a further 14 days starting July 19.
British Airways, owned by International Airlines Group <ICAG.L>, cabin crew has been in a long-running dispute over pay, and has been on strike several times already in 2017.
The current action is in addition to a 16-day strike currently underway, which began on July 1, the union said on Wednesday.
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"In the current strike period, we are operating 99.5 percent of our normal schedule. Instead of calling further completely unnecessary strikes, Unite should allow its members a vote on the pay deal we reached two months ago," British Airways told Reuters.
(Reporting by Abinaya Vijayaraghavan in Bengaluru; Edited by Martina D'Couto)