Emergency staff row threatens to disrupt Dublin Airport services

Dublin Airport faces serious disruption in the next two weeks, as a row over alleged shortages of emergency staff threatens to descend into strike action. Staff at Dublin Airport Authority's fire a

22nd January, 2012
Emergency staff row threatens to disrupt Dublin Airport services
Dublin Airport could face serious disruption over the next two weeks if emergency staff take strike action. Photo: Photocall

Dublin Airport faces serious disruption in the next two weeks, as a row over alleged shortages of emergency staff threatens to descend into strike action.

Staff at Dublin Airport Authority's fire and police service have voted by 78 per cent to take industrial action up to and including a full withdrawal of labour. It is expected that they will give the company two weeks' notice of industrial action, meaning that disruption is possible in the...

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