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Two BA flights cancelled in region

British Airways has cancelled two flights in the Middle East this week, the result of its cabin crew strike, said an airline official on Wednesday.

"There are two daily flights from Dubai to London. The one on the Boeing 747 has been cancelled. The other flight on the Boeing 777 is operating as normal," said British Airways Regional Commercial Manager-Middle East Paolo De Renzis.
Meanwhile, the British Airways flight on the Abu Dhabi-London route is operating as per schedule. "In the GCC, the London-Bahrain-Doha, Doha-Bahrain-London flight with the Boeing 747 has been cancelled from May 26 to May 29. The rest of our Middle East flights continue to operate as normal," De Renzis added.
 

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