Some British Airways cabin crew started a two-week strike on Saturday in a drawn out pay debate, gambling further brand harm and travel disturbance, in spite of the fact that the aircraft said most travelers would have the capacity to fly.

Individuals from BA’s “blended armada” cabin crew the individuals who chip away at both long and short-pull flights — have been in strife with BA since a year ago finished wage offers which the Unite exchange union has depicted as “destitution pay”.

In spite of the fact that the compensation question has to a great extent been settled, Unite said the walkout, the longest mechanical activity in the line, is a reaction to sanctions on union individuals required in past modern activity.

While the effect on flights is set to be restricted, the remaining is another potential danger to the aircraft’s picture barely a month after a large number of travelers were stranded by a PC frameworks blackout caused by a power surge.

“Clients will take a diminish see and an incredible British brand dangers being additionally discolored. We approach British Airways to drop the dangers and drop the assents and resolve this long-running question,” Unite national officer Oliver Richardson said in an announcement.

English Airways cautioned of further outcomes for the individuals who went on strike, yet said all clients would achieve their goals.

A full timetable will keep running from Gatwick and London City, while few Heathrow administrations will be combined, BA said. Specialists Bott and Co said around 400,000 travelers could be influenced over the 16-day strike period.

Willie Walsh, CEO of BA’s parent organization IAG, said on Thursday that he anticipated that all travelers would fly, as BA had connected to utilize 9 Qatar Airways planes, with staff. That application was endorsed on Friday.

The blended armada crew initially debilitated to strike over Christmas of 2016. In spite of the fact that that was canceled, there have been 26 days of strike activity so far this year. The blended armada staff makes up about 33% of the BA’s aggregate cabin crew of around 16,000, in spite of the fact that not all individuals from the crew will make a move.

Join said that 1,400 blended armada individuals who had been on strike beforehand had seen extra installments and travel concessions evacuated. “We have set out the outcomes for the crew in the event that they make strike move,” British Airways said in an announcement.

“The motivations behind these results are to urge crew to come to work.”