Saturday November 28, 2020

DAA seeks injunction to prevent industrial action at airports

DAA said it has been granted leave by the High Court to seek an injunction against SIPTU to prevent the union from taking industrial action at Dublin and Cork airports next Friday.

7th March, 2014
The industrial action is set to take place next Friday, ahead of the busy St. Patrick's weekend

Dublin Airport Authority said it has been granted leave by the High Court to seek an injunction against SIPTU to prevent the union from taking industrial action at Dublin and Cork airports.

The industrial action is set to take place next Friday and promises to cause major disruption at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports just ahead of the busy St. Patrick's weekend.

It follows the breakdown of talks aimed at resolving a long-running dispute over...

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