British Airways and Unite have reached an agreement to settle the long-running row over travel concessions. The airline has agreed to restore the perks for staff who went on strike previously and the two also plan to implement a new ‘structure of working together’. Unite will now put the ballot to its cabin crew members over the next month and has said it will not call industrial action during this time. “We always said that this dispute could only be settled by negotiation, not by confrontation or litigation. And so it has proved,” said Len McCluskey, general secretary at Unite.