Official statement: industrial action 27/28 June

Steve Szalay, managing director of Aberdeen International Airport, said:

“During our talks with Unite last week and in attempt to bring the industrial action to an end, we tabled a further improved and unconditional two year offer. This would have resulted in staff receiving a 3% pay increase in 2019 with 2020 set at RPI and a £600 lump sum payment. It’s extremely disappointing this has been rejected and our focus will now be on ensuring passengers will not be impacted by the upcoming industrial action which Unite has scheduled to target the busy summer getaway. Our robust and safe contingency measures will be in place on 27 and 28 June meaning it will be business as usual on those dates.”



< Back to Press Releases