- British Airways’ chief operating officer and people director are leaving the company in the wake of a tense pilot walkout in September, The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
- The departures came as the airline’s parent firm, International Consolidated Airlines Group, transitions to a new CEO.
- The departing COO oversaw BA’s pilots during their two-day walkout last year. The strike affected roughly 200,000 travelers and was the airline’s first in 40 years.
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