Boost for holidaymakers as Gatwick Airport strikes called off after workers accept 10 per cent pay rise

STRIKES at Gatwick have been termed off right after airport workers approved a 10 for each cent fork out increase.

Gatwick Floor Providers personnel, contracted by British Airways, were set to stroll out tomorrow for 4 days till Tuesday.


Travellers had been relieved soon after looming strike action was termed off

The GGS staff voted to acknowledge an improved offer you of 10.3 per cent, the Unite union explained.

Unite secretary Sharon Graham stated: “This is a substantial pay out increase.

“Associates have been solid in their perseverance to protected a truthful improve, which has resulted in a just settlement.”

Before motion due to include workers at DHL Floor Managing, ASC and Menzies was also termed off.

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But other strikes could choose spot in the months in advance.

Employees at Pink Handling, Wilson James and DHL Gatwick Immediate have voted for action, and Unite warned of “substantial disruption”

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