Planned strikes by British Airways cabin crew on Christmas Day and Boxing Day have been suspended, the Unite union has said.
Members were due to walk out in a dispute over pay.
The union said workers employed in the so-called mixed crew - who have joined since 2010 - were on lower pay than other staff.
Lengthy talks at conciliation service Acas have led to a revised offer which will be put to a ballot of union members
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