Workers were due to walk on for four days from Friday
Strike action by workers at Gatwick Airport has been called off after an improved pay offer.
Members of Unite employed by ground handling company Red Handling were due to walk out on Friday but they will now be balloted on the new offer.
Unite regional officer Dominic Rothwell said: “Unite has been consistent from the outset, we believed that Red Handling could afford to make an improved offer and that proved to be the case.
“Our members will now decide whether the deal on the table meets their expectations.”
If workers reject the offer, strike action planned from August 25 to 28 will go ahead.
Published: by Radio NewsHub