Union leaders are at loggerheads with bosses at Aberdeen International Airport over pay and pensions and have confirmed staff will strike from 4am to 4pm on both June 7 and June 10.
Industrial action planned at Glasgow Airport on Tuesday has been suspended as talks to resolve a pay and pensions dispute continue.
Hundreds of staff at Glasgow Airport will go on strike over pay and pensions after an overwhelming majority backed industrial action.
Further talks will be held today which will determine whether a programme of strike action will go ahead in the North Sea.
Talks with mediator service ACAS are due to get underway to end strike action on three North Sea platforms.
Aberdeen airport workers are to be balloted on an improved pay offer after talks to avert strike action ended.
Bosses at an Aberdeen bus firm say they are “extremely disappointed” that drivers have rejected a pay deal.
A decision on the bus strike is due to be made today.
Bus bosses have apologised to customers for disruption caused during a drivers’ strike as union members today prepared to vote on their latest offer.
An indefinite bus strike has been postponed – so drivers can vote on an offer from bosses.
Talks to avert an indefinite bus strike were due to resume today.
Businesses across the city centre have blamed bus strikes for reducing footfall and causing employees difficulty in getting to work.
Talks to end Aberdeen’s bus strike are to continue tomorrow – with mediation service ACAS involved for the first time.
Union bosses are hopeful that a meeting with a mediation service will avert an indefinite bus strike next week.
First Aberdeen managing director Andrew Jarvis said the company was at its “breaking point” and cannot offer any more due to the losses incurred by the strike action.