Man hits out at British Airways after sitting in urine-soaked business class seat - Metro
A British Airways passenger has spoken out about the 'disgusting' moment he realised his business class seat was soaked with urine. Andy Vicary settled down with a glass of champagne ahead of a 10-hour flight and a dream holiday to Jamaica.
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WHAT HAPPENED NEXT: Backlash Forces British Airways to Significantly Improve Redundancy Offer for Hong Kong ... - Paddle Your Own Kanoo (blog)
Unfortunately, that kind of security didn't extend as far as Hong Kong when British Airways decided to close its international cabin crew base in the Chinese territory. The news probably didn't come as too much of a surprise to the 80-odd cabin crew ...
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RT @rouseyuk: @British_Airways At the boarding gate for flight rescheduled to NY after yesterday’s flight which had to turn around half way…
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British Airways Pensions Investment Management Ltd Has $26.41 Million Stake in Visa Inc (V) - Fairfield Current
British Airways Pensions Investment Management Ltd increased its stake in shares of Visa Inc (NYSE:V) by 13.1% during the second quarter, according to the company in its most recent filing with the SEC. The fund owned 199,361 shares of the credit-card ...
MONEY THOUGHTS: Money Lessons from London - New Straits Times Online
There are benefits in plumbing the depths of our personal histories and mining our memories for lessons to help us today and tomorrow. As I start this column in early October – way ahead of my writing delivery deadline – I'm on a British Airways flight ...
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