A planned two-day strike by British Airways cabin crew has been called off. The airline now expects to fly a full programme of domestic and international flights on Tuesday and Wednesday. Marathon talks between British Airways and the Transport and General Workers Union (T&G) had been going on to try to avert the series of stoppages. British Airways executives and union leaders said an agreement had been reached on the key issues of pay, pensions and the management of sickness absence. Two potential 72-hour strikes earmarked for February have also been called off. British Airways said it planned to operate a full programme of flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports.