Travel companies braced for ‘sucker punch’ as employees at Heathrow threaten to strike during February school holidays
Travel companies are braced for a ‘sucker punch’ as employees at Heathrow threaten to strike during subsequent month’s school holidays.
More than 400 staff of airport providers firm Menzies are being balloted for strike motion.
Turbulence: More than 400 staff of airport providers firm Menzies, which carries out baggage dealing with and refuelling for main airways, are being balloted for strike motion
Unite basic secretary Sharon Graham mentioned workers are struggling after ‘a two 12 months pay freeze’ and value of dwelling rises – and now want a pay rise.
The workers present two providers – dealing with baggage for airways together with Lufthansa and Aer Lingus; and refuelling planes for British Airways.
The ballot will shut on January 27 and potential industrial motion might happen in mid-February.
SkiYodl boss Oli Dannatt mentioned: ‘It might be an enormous headache for households who’ve already had to take care of sufficient disruption from altering journey restrictions.’
He added that it’s ‘one other sucker punch for the ski business’.
Menzies mentioned it hopes to obtain an ‘amicable decision’.