Around 150 Aberdeen airport workers walked out in various shifts today after Unite members voted to take industrial action.
The move was announced by the union last month, as it accused owners AGS Airports of ignoring staff.
The group, made mainly up of firefighters and security staff, picketed the road leading to the airport and were given toots of support by multiple cars leaving and arriving.
Aberdeen International Airport’s managing director, Steve Szalay, said the strike has had minimal impact, with no delays and little queuing.
More to follow.