Aberdeen airport workers have called off their strike action following a new income deal.
Unite the union confirmed that staff at north-east airport have accepted a 3% increase in pay after a new offer by company management was made.
The union and Aberdeen International Airport have been locked in talks for several days at the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) as a 2.8% pay offer was rejected yesterday.
Unite had been demanding parity with fellow workers at Glasgow International Airport who received a 3% pay award.
96% of all Unite members accepted the new offer and all prospective industrial action will now be cancelled.
Unite regional coordinating officer Tommy Campbell said: “Unite is pleased that the dispute with Aberdeen International Airport has now been resolved with all prospective industrial action now being cancelled.
“The company rightly recognised that our members deserved 3%, which was parity with fellow workers at Glasgow airport, returning to the negotiating table with an offer which is acceptable to Unite members.
“As a result, there will be no needless disruption to the airport’s operations and the wider public. It is a credit to our union stewards that Unite members supported their position throughout the process leading to a settlement acceptable to all.”
Aberdeen International Airport is owned by AGS Airports which is a partnership between Ferrovial and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), established in 2014, to acquire Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports.