The strike action at Glasgow Airport is over as union members accepted an improved offer from management.

it means strikes planned over the summer including later this week have been called off and the dispute is n ow over.

Union was in dispute over pay and pension changes.

It suspended planned action last week to enter new talks and them further action was suspended to allow members to vote on the new offer.

A strike was due on Thursday and others planned on the 12th and 13th.


action suspended for talk


A spokesman said: "Unite can confirm today (9 July) that following a consultative ballot of Unite members at Glasgow Airport its membership have voted to accept the revised offer put to them by management. This now ends the dispute at Glasgow Airport."

A spokesman for Glasgow Airport said: “We welcome the outcome of the consultative ballot which has seen staff vote to accept the company’s offer and bring the dispute to an end.”