British Airways v De Mello [2024]

  • Decision Number
    EAT 53
  • Legal Body
    Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Pay, Leave
Issues covered: Holiday Pay

Summary Description: 

A case applying the Supreme Court’s decision from Agnew v PSNI regarding holiday payFound that the overall context should be examined in terms of sufficient similarity for the deductions and looked at alongside any temporal issues rather than being looked at separately. 


The issues related to the complex pay system in the respondent whereby Cabin Crew’s basic pay would be supplemented by multiple allowances.    The issue being whether these allowances should be reckoned into holiday payMany of the claims, emanating from 2007, were settled in 2013 but the six cases here did not settle. 


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This article is correct at 30/04/2024

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