British Airways held talks Friday with union leaders to try to avert 10 more days of strikes planned by cabin crews.

The talks, aimed at resolving a dispute over changes to pay and working conditions, came on the final day of a five-day walkout by staff.

Cabin crews are due to strike again beginning Sunday for five days - and for another five days from June 5 - if a solution is not found. Through that time, British Airways will offer just one flight out of Philadelphia International Airport, departing at 6:10 p.m. The airline hopes to resume a second, 9:15 p.m., flight at the conclusion of the strike, said spokesman John Lampl.

   - AP and Inquirer staff