Industrial relations threat to airports

Passengers at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports could face serious disruption over the next ten days because of mounting industrial relations problems.

15th October, 2011

Passengers at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports could face serious disruption over the next ten days because of mounting industrial relations problems.

The disagreement surrounds issues relating to the Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) pension funds. Siptu is threatening to stage a mass general meeting of its airport members, which would probably cause severe disruption to services, according to letters sent by the union to both companies and seen by this newspaper. The...

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