Aer Lingus and Dublin airport strike to go aheadPosted: March 4, 2014
Staff at the airline are opposed to changes being made to their pensions without their consent.
Airport authority employees also face reform of their pension arrangements.
A four-hour strike, from 5am to 9am, is due to go ahead at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.
An expert panel has been appointed to investigate the long-running dispute over threatened benefit cuts in the joint aviation pension scheme.
It is due to issue a preliminary report at the end of the month, the BBC reported.
The dispute centres on a €750 million deficit in the pension scheme that covers staff at the airline and the DAA.
Sourced from Travel Weekly