Thursday November 26, 2020

Bank holiday strike threat looms in airport pensions row

Unions will target the October Bank Holiday weekend with a renewed threat of strike action at Aer Lingus and the country's airports, after pension crisis talks broke down.

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Talks between trade unions and Aer Lingus have broken down. Photo: Photocall

Trade unions will target the October Bank Holiday weekend with a renewed threat of strike action at Aer Lingus and the country's airports, after pension crisis talks broke down last Friday.

A spokesman for Siptu's Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) pension committees said that they had withdrawn the industrial action notice last week to re-enter talks "in good faith".

The trade union's industrial action committee will meet tomorrow and "unless meaningful moves are...

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