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Alternative job at lower pay unsuitable

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    Moore and Botterill v British Airways (European Operations) Gatwick Ltd [1998] ET/2305617/97 (0 other reports)

In Moore and Botterill v British Airways (European Operations) Gatwick Ltd a London South employment tribunal (Chair: R W Rideout) has ruled that alternative employment offered to pregnant cabin crew was not suitable because it did not compensate them for loss of flight allowances.

Mrs Moore and Mrs Botterill were employed as stewardesses by the respondents, a company formed as a result of the acquisition by BA of Dan Air.