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12 Oct 2020
The chief executive of British Airways Alex Cruz has stepped down with immediate effect after a turbulent four years in the role. Mr Cruz will be replaced by Sean Doyle, the boss of IAG stablemate Aer Lingus, but will remain on the airline's board as non-executive chairman for the time being.
28 Apr 2020
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10 Sep 2019
British Airways pilots go on strike for higher pay
22 Jul 2019
British Airways has suspended flights to Cairo for seven days over what Britain's Foreign Office has called a "heightened risk of terrorism." Lufthansa has also temporarily canceled its flights to the Egyptian capital.
8 Jul 2019
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office has slapped British Airways with a massive fine over a data breach that saw customer credit card data get stolen. It is the largest fine the office has ever handed out.
19 Jun 2019
British Airways' parent company agrees to buy 200 Boeing 737 MAX jets.
28 Mar 2019
Agric minister reveals how Nigerians order pizza from UK through British Airways.
29 May 2017
British Airways say they have resumed most flights from London's Gatwick and Heathrow, but many passengers are still waiting at the airports.

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