Fly airplanes, drink beer, never at the same time.
The 48-hour walkout that began Monday could affect as many as 145,000 passengers. The union representing BA pilots says they want a fairer share of the airline's profits.
They are on strike for two days, then back to work, then on strike again on the 27th. Sort of an odd way to strike.
The canceled flights could affect as many as 145,000 passengers Monday, and in a lawsuit filed earlier this year the airline told a court the disruptions could cost it nearly $50 million a day. The union says that just over $6 million is what stands between the parties and an agreement.