Unions sign off on text for worker rights at Bangkok airport but management must live up to promises

Security workers must stay resolute and management must live up to its promises if basic rights are to be restored at Bangkok Airport said Erin van der Maas, ITF Airports Organising Programme Lead, speaking of recent progress at the Thai airport. This week, 100 union members voted unanimously to approve their collective bargaining agreement (CBA) […]


August 18, 2021

Thai airport security workers win back their basic working rights

Bangkok airport security workers have won back basic rights on working-hours after months of tough campaigning following their outsourcing in April 2020. AVSEC, the company involved, yesterday (10 August 2021) signed a memorandum of understanding with local unions stipulating that workers are entitled to a one-hour lunch break and do not have to work more […]


August 11, 2021

Give solidarity to Luton airport security staff

Around 120 security staff at Luton airport entered the second phase of strike action 7 May to 13 May, following 5 days of action over the Mayday bank holiday. The Unite union members voted by over a 90 percent majority for action. The workers are opposed to a new shift pattern that would mean working […]


May 10, 2019