Two further strike dates have been announced at Glasgow Airport which will take the industrial action into the summer holiday period.
The Scottish Government had pledged to halve departure taxes – a levy paid by passengers flying from some Scottish airports – but has now done a U-turn, impacting on Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
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.
Workers at two of Scotland’s biggest airports are to go on strike at the same time amid a dispute over pay.
An offer of a 3% pay increase for staff working at Aberdeen International Airport has been tabled, in a bid to stop industrial action taking place.