Strike action by hundreds of British Airways workers at Heathrow has been called off, after staff accepted an 8% pay rise offer.
The GMB and Unite unions said more than 75% of members backed the pay deal.
A total of 700 workers - mostly check-in staff - had been set to strike during the summer over a 10% pay cut imposed during the pandemic.
Workers will also get a one-off bonus and the reinstatement of extra pay for irregular shifts.
Unite said the offer, which will be paid in several stages, is worth 13% in total.
A spokesman for British Airways said the company was "delighted with this positive news".