Striking staff working for the private security firm Trablisa at Palma airport have agreed to return to work operating the x-ray detector entrances to the departure gates. The company's new contract at the airport, replacing the Guardia Civil, started on November 1, but no sooner had the contract begun, security staff refused to work claiming that they had not received enough training and information about the dangers of the new work and that they wanted 25'000 pesetas extra danger money per month. For the moment the Guardia Civil will continue to take care of airport security, but according to the unions, striking private security staff yesterday agreed to return to work after accepting the company's latest offer. The company has apparently agreed to pay danger money and increase overtime payments.


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