Technology is at the heart of BA Pensions’ drive to help members and it wants to share that with others. James Phillips speaks to BA Pensions chief executive Fraser Smart.
British Airways (BA) has pledged an extra £150m in annual deficit recovery contributions (DRCs) to the New Airways Pension Scheme (NAPS) over the next four years.
British Airways (BA) has opened a 'flexible' defined contribution (DC) scheme, offering a range of contribution rates and the ability to take cash payments in lieu of a pension.
British Airways is set to close the New Airways Pension Scheme to future accrual and launch a flexible benefits scheme incorporating a new defined contribution pension scheme.
An increased volume of enquiries has led British Airways (BA) Pensions to temporarily suspend transfer values for active members.
British Airways (BA) has proposed a 'flexible' company-wide scheme as it continues to consult on closing its defined benefit (DB) New Airways Pension Scheme (NAPS).
British Airways (BA) will launch a consultation with members of its New Airways Pension Scheme (NAPS) on plans to close the scheme to future accrual.
The aggregate deficit of British Airways' (BA) pension schemes has climbed 94% since the end of June, despite one scheme increasing its surplus.
The former chairman of the Airways Pension Scheme (APS) has told the High Court trustees of British Airways' (BA) other pension scheme must accept their decision to award a 0.2% increase.
A £250m contingent payment, due to be paid in 2019, was created for Airways Pension Scheme (APS) trustees to use however they wanted, according to its former chairman.
Airways Pension Scheme (APS) members were sometimes hostile and intimidating towards trustees and advisers over pension increases, the scheme actuary has recalled during a landmark High Court case.
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.
British Airways has seen its combined defined benefit deficit increase despite asset increases of over €2bn (£1.73bn), its final results show.
Michael Bow discusses the BA trustee dispute