In the recent news the British Airways cabin crew have rebuffed the airline's latest so called the final pay offer by 3,419 votes to 1,686.
Approximately half of the 11,000 pretentious Unite union members nominated on BA's tender of a 2.9% pay hike in the next year with 3% the year after.
The no vote hoisted up the possibility of fresh strikes in a argument that has grudges starting from the back to before Christmas.
Further Unite recommended that BA must hold fresh discussions once again. BA however expressed that it was positive by the outcome and appealed on Unite to conclude the argument.
Just above the 5,000 the digits of votes casted depicted less than half of the unionised cabin crew and were well under the preceding ballots that depict more than 70% of them articulating their analysis.
BA in a statement expressed that they are encouraged by the outcome of this ballot which reveals that 73% of the cabin crew did not declined the offer. The group also mentioned that the union had drifted the moral power to symbolize the thoughts of cabin crew.