The cabin crew union, Unite, has also called for a second strike beginning March 27. The union is protesting pay freezes and other changes to working conditions. The Associated Press reported today that Unite is seeking support from American unions. Such actions could hinder British Airways operations further. At this point, the airline plans to operate up to 60 percent of its flights as usual through Monday utilizing other BA workers who have been newly trained along with cabin crew who have volunteered to work as normal.