Rhoda Grant MSP, Labour for the Highlands and Islands has welcomed the news from the Prospect Union that it has managed to persuade HIAL back to the negotiating table over its plans to centralise Air Traffic control in Inverness.
Commenting Rhoda Grant said:
“It is obviously early days so we need to wait and see if this is lip service or concerns are genuinely being listened too, but given the previous reluctance from HIAL to even discuss the matter I am hopeful that this is a step in the right direction and proper consultation with employees and affected communities can begin.”
You can find the Prospect HIAL joint announcement here: A New Way Forward For Air Traffic Control?
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