The dispute is now on maintain after an settlement was reached following negotiations on Wednesday.
Dates for the strike had been anticipated to be introduced this week after members voted for the motion in early July.
Unite has stated members concerned within the dispute will now be balloted on the proposed pay supply.
Common secretary Sharon Graham stated: “We welcome that BA has lastly listened to the voice of its check-in workers.
“Unite has repeatedly warned that pay disputes at BA had been inevitable until the corporate took our members’ professional grievances significantly.
“I pay tribute to, and stand with, our members who’ve fought laborious to guard their pay.”
A British Airways spokesperson stated: “We’re more than happy that, following collaboration with the unions, they’ve determined to not challenge dates for industrial motion.
“That is nice information for our clients and our folks.”
Nevertheless, Heathrow Airport should be impacted by strike motion as key refuelling employees are planning to strike later this summer season.
British Airways is unlikely to be affected by the strikes because it doesn’t use the corporate affected, Aviation Gas Companies.
AFS is utilized by over 70 airways at Heathrow together with Virgin Atlantic, American Airways and Emirates.
The employees have voted to work out on Thursday July 21 in a transfer that would affect college summer season holidays.
Cabin crew who’re placing will nonetheless should work on these flights however are unlikely to serve any refreshments.
Other than the strikes, many British holidaymakers are anticipating a summer season of journey chaos as airways and airports battle to deal with demand.
BA cancelled 1000’s of summer season flights this week, a transfer that’s more likely to have an effect on over one million passengers.
easyJet, Wizz Air and Tui have all cancelled flights whereas a Jet2 boss yesterday blamed the airport’s bases for chaos skilled by passengers.