An industrial dispute that led to strikes at Glasgow Airport has ended.

The Unite union has confirmed that, following a consultative ballot, its members have voted to accept the revised offer put to them by the airport management.

It said this now brings the dispute to an end.

A spokesperson for the Paisley terminal said: “We welcome the outcome of the consultative ballot which has seen staff vote to accept the company’s offer and bring the dispute to an end.”

The action was part of a long-running dispute over pensions and pay. 

Airport security and fire safety officers, airfield operations officers and engineering technicians were involved in the dispute which saw a series of stoppages which ran into the start of the main holiday period.

However, further dates for strike action had been suspended to allow union talks to continue.

The move is being welcomed by holidaymakers who feared that further action might have disrupted their plans for the annual summer getaway.