Airport authority legal bid to stop strike has strong grounds - sources

A Dublin Airport Authority court action later today could stop the planned four hour strike at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports this Friday.

11th March, 2014
Problems with the procedures used to ballot workers mean that the court is likely to rule in favour of the DAA.

A Dublin Airport Authority court action later today could stop the planned four hour strike at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports this Friday.

The airport authority’s legal bid to stop the strike action by Siptu is due before the High Court later today. The industrial action is part of the long-running dispute over the problems in the pension scheme that covers workers at all three airports, as well as Aer Lingus.

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