LONDON—A proposed strike by British Airways (BA) pilots for Sept. 27 has been called off by the pilots’ union, giving the airline a new set of problems. The strike was to be the third day of industrial action between the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) and the carrier over pay and conditions. BA has offered pilots an 11.5% pay increase over the next three years, which has been rejected by the flightdeck workforce. The two previous strike days, ...

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