Unite has expressed its disappointment over job losses at Edinburgh Airport.
The union has been in dialogue with the airport about redundancies for the reason that collapse of Thomas Cook dinner in February.
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus and the collapse of air journey globally, the airport intimated that it wished to seek the advice of on redundancies.
By utilizing the federal government job retention scheme, Unite has been in a position to defer any motion till later within the 12 months.
Nonetheless, some 250 jobs are actually anticipated to go.
A part of the mitigation has additionally meant a brief discount in pay and hours for remaining employees which the union intends to pursue for reinstatement because the sector improves.
Unite regional officer Sandy Sensible stated: “The whole civil aviation sector has been impacted by the pandemic and we’re genuinely apprehensive concerning the sector in Scotland as soon as the federal government assist by means of job retention scheme is decreased.
“We’ve been calling on Westminster and Holyrood parliaments to place an help package deal collectively to assist Scotland’s airports and we are going to proceed to pursue this.”
Unite has launched a marketing campaign to ‘Save Scotland’s Airports’ following a Fraser of Allander report, carried out on behalf of the union, which estimates that round 1,500 job may very well be misplaced in civil aviation.
Unite Scotland is asking on its members and the broader public to contact their native and regional checklist MSPs to assist the marketing campaign for presidency intervention to stop the potential collapse of civil air transport infrastructure, save jobs and defend wages and phrases and circumstances.