Trustees of a British Airways (BA) pension scheme have been described as "inflexible" after being accused of deliberately ignoring advice about the future of the scheme.
The combined balance of British Airways' (BA) defined benefit (DB) schemes has returned to a deficit after recording a surplus at the end of last year.
British Airways (BA) has failed to meet a deadline for agreeing a way to plug its deficit due to a legal dispute with trustees over pension increases for retirees.
Rising longevity poses a much greater threat to companies with defined benefit (DB) pension schemes than low interest rates, Fitch Ratings has warned.
Helen Morrissey asks how much power trustees really have when dealing with sponsors?
British Airways has parted ways with the chairman of its pension schemes following disagreement over investment strategy.
Professional Pensions looks at the impact of falling inflation over the last year
The government has named Eversheds consultant Anthony Arter as its preferred candidate to replace Tony King as Pensions Ombudsman.
A High Court judge has criticised British Airways (BA) for leaving the trustees of its pension scheme at risk of bearing the defence costs of an ongoing court case.
A British Airways (BA) pensioner will not continue with a Pensions Ombudsman (PO) complaint against the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) trustees as they have become embroiled in a court battle with the airline.
The Pensions Ombudsman (PO) has ruled in favour of the trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) in the latest twist in a long-running battle over indexation.
Trustees of the Airways Pension Scheme have been forced to put on hold a discretionary increase in payments after British Airways launched legal proceedings to block the move.
Taha Lokhandwala looks at the on-going dispute between pensioners in the Airways Pension Scheme and its sponsor British Airways
Jonathan Stapleton says the BA case highlights the friction between firms and pensioners
British Airways (BA) will continue to "contest every claim" from pensioners for inflation protection compensation, despite losing the initial judgment.
A pensioner in the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) has won a default judgment against British Airways (BA) to cover losses after the scheme downgraded inflation protection.
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.
February's continued boost in equities has seen FTSE350 scheme deficits decrease according to Mercer despite continued negative deficit reports coming from 2012 final year results.
The latest set of financial results from FTSE companies has re-ignited the debate over smoothing discount rates as strong asset returns were wiped out due to falls in discount rates.
British Airways will tell pensioners this month if it intends to pay "discretionary" increases above CPI inflation after a statutory increase showed just a 40bps difference in prices.
British Airways' Airways Pension Scheme has announced a further £1.3bn longevity insurance contract - taking its hedge on increasing life expectancy to 40% of pensions in payment.
The postal ballot of 28,000 Airways Pension Scheme beneficiaries sparked by the scheme's member meeting in the summer has begun.
FTSE100 firms with pension schemes heavily exposed to equities dropped 26% in value this month, pushing the combined index deficit up £30bn in just ten days.
Two of the trio of BA trustees who resigned their posts over the switch from RPI to CPI indexation have been re-elected to the board.