Heathrow Strike on Monday ‘Suspended’ as Talks Continue

By Paul Riegler on 4 August 2019
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The union representing workers at Heathrow Airport announced that the planned strike scheduled to take place Monday has been suspended.

The move came in order to allow for further talks between airport management and union officials.

“Tomorrow’s strike by Unite members working for Heathrow Airport has been suspended to allow for further talks at Acas tomorrow,” Unite officials said in a brief statement.

The strike, which is still scheduled for Tuesday, would include security officers, firefighters, and engineers.

In anticipation of the strike, the airline already cancelled 177 flights scheduled for both Monday and Tuesday.

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