Aberdeen International Airport is thought to be facing disruption early next week after staff members voted on strike action over a pay dispute.
Thirty-two employees could stage a 24-hour walkout from 4am on Monday, while June 22, June 29, and July 6 have also been earmarked for possible “no shows”.
The strike action involves security officers, electricians and firefighters who were balloted by the Unite union.
They have also been encouraged to take part in take part in shorter bursts of strike action, withholding their labour for the first two hours of their shifts.
The airport has advised passengers to check its website for updates.