Airport operations staff at London’s Heathrow Airport have suspended a 48-hour strike, planned for Aug. 23-24, pending a ballot on an improved pay offer. The pay dispute involves 4,000 security guards, firefighters, engineers, passenger service and airside operations staff, working across all five Heathrow terminals, represented by the Unite Union. Unite said Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye’s basic pay increased 103.2% to £4.2 million ($5.1 million) in 2018, in sharp ...

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