Williams and ors v British Airways plc - holiday pay, notably for air crew.
An ECJ Advocate General has given an opinion to the effect that under EC law holiday pay must correspond with a worker's 'normal' remuneration, including any normal supplements.
Sally Williams, the lead Claimant in this case, is an airline pilot employed by BA. When working, she received basic pay, a flying time pay supplement and an allowance for time away from base. Under her employment contract her holiday pay was at the basic pay rate only.