(CNN) — London’s Heathrow Airport is going through “major disruption” as 350 floor handlers are set to start a three-day strike over pay on Friday, the Unite union stated Thursday.
The 350 union members, who Unite stated have been employed by aviation agency Menzies, will start a 72-hour strike at 4.00 a.m. native time on November 18, in line with a press launch.
The press launch stated the strike at Britain’s busiest airport would “lead to disruption, delays and cancellation for flights leaving Heathrow Terminals 2, 3 and 4.”
It added that American Airlines, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Qantas, Swiss Air, TAP Air Portugal, Austrian Airlines, Egyptair, Aer Lingus and Finnair could be among the many airways notably affected by the motion.
Air visitors at Heathrow was plagued with disruptions over the summer season as journey demand rebounded from pandemic lows.
Year-to-date, the airport has reached about 74% of 2019 passenger ranges.
Passengers queue at check-in desks in Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport in London on June 27. (Henry Nicholls/Reuters)