Entries by Natalie

Gender balance is important to us at GTM

All day, every day, we aim to ensure that Global Travel Management is among the leading businesses in terms of gender balance.  Because, as our Director, Natalie Pawley says, “gender balance is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue”. Natalie was the first Company Secretary when GTM started in 1997.  And, since then, she […]

British Airways cabin crew plan four-day strike from 16 June

    British Airways cabin crew are set to stage a four-day strike from June 16 in a long-running dispute over pay.   A BA spokeswoman said: ‘As on the previous dates when Unite called strikes of mixed fleet cabin crew, we will fly all our customers to their destinations. ‘Strike action is completely unnecessary. […]

UK weather 02Mar

High winds across parts of the UK and northern Europe will affect some of our short-haul and domestic flights on Thursday 2 March. Due to the poor weather forecast, it has been agreed between Heathrow Airport, National Air Traffic Services (NATS) and airlines using the airport to slightly reduce the number of overall flights in […]

Italy: threat of strike action at airports in Italy, 23 February

Pilots and flight attendants at Alitalia, Citiliner, Air Italy and cabin crew at MeridianaFly plan a 24-hour nationwide strike. The strikes are due to run from 00:01am local time. Italian Ryanair and Volotea crews intend to stage a four-hour strike the same day from 2pm until 6pm local time. At Bologna Airport, Alpina workers plan… […]

BA pledges to fly all passengers during upcoming strikes

British Airways has pledged to fly all passengers to their destinations through two sets of forthcoming strikes by cabin crew. The airline plans to run more than 99% of all services from Heathrow, with a “very small number” of short haul flights being merged during next week’s planned three-day walkout from February 5. This will […]