Around 50 pensioners have filed cases with the small claims court against British Airways (BA) over changes to the Airways Pension Scheme's (APS) inflation protection.
The APS is the older of BA's two defined benefit (DB) pension schemes and predates the airline's privatisation in the late 1980s. The dispute dates back to 2011 when the APS changed from providing inflation...
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