Talks aimed at averting another strike by air traffic controllers at Dundee Airport are set to resume.
Air traffic controllers based at Dundee Airport and several other Scottish sites have rejected the latest pay offer in a long-running dispute with management.
Flights cancelled as air traffic controller strike hits Dundee Airport on third day of industrial action
Dundee Airport was forced to cancel flights yesterday as it became the sixth Scottish centre to be caught up in industrial action that is expected to disrupt the travel plans of up to 5,000 passengers.
A faulty control panel light is thought to be the reason a plane was forced to abort a landing at Dundee Airport.
Travellers had a lucky escape after the landing gear of their plane failed to deploy as they approached Dundee Airport.
Air traffic controllers at regional airports including Dundee are suspending industrial action pending a ballot on a new pay offer.
Industrial action that was due to ground all flights at Dundee airport on June 12 has been called off.
Dundee Airport will again be at a standstill as a second day of strike action has been announced.
An airport's managing director has apologised to customers over disruption set to be caused by strike action.
Flights to and from Dundee could be grounded in April after air traffic controllers voted to take industrial action in a dispute over pay.