The RMT union has announced further strikes on the Heathrow Express in a dispute over pay.
Last month workers held a 48-hour strike after rejecting a 4.5% pay increase.
Today the union announced members would hold a further 24-hour strike from 09:15 on 26th June 2011 through to 09:14 on 27th June 2011.
Members will also refuse to work overtime between 09:15 on 25th June 2011 and 09:14 26th June 2011 and 09:15 on 27th June 2011 and 09:14 on 28th June 2011.
RMT General Secretary Bob Crow said Heathrow Express “knows it has tabled a completely unacceptable pay offer that is loaded with strings, yet despite a massive vote for action by our members and 48 hours of rock solid action it has made no attempt to negotiate or improve its position.
“RMT is ready to negotiate seriously to put in place a fair pay package that will take us through the Olympics period and recognises the contribution our members make to delivering a highly successful and profitable service, and we need the company to show the same commitment.”