Thursday February 27, 2020

Labour Court rejects claim by air traffic controllers

The Labour Court has rejected a claim by air traffic control station managers for an increase in their €4,300 annual on-call allowance.

13th July, 2013

The Labour Court has rejected a claim by air traffic control station managers for an increase in their €4,300 annual on-call allowance.

There are around 300 air traffic controllers (ATCs) employed at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports and almost 30 station managers. Management at the commercial semi-state authority described the pay claim as "both opportunistic and unwarranted in the current economic climate" in their submission to the Labour Court.

The average individual salary of almost 700 staff...

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