Workers at Luton airport, including baggage handlers, firefighters and security staff have voted to strike over the May Bank Holiday weekend in a dispute over pay and zero hours contracts.
The Unite union has warned of disruption to flights unless a series of rows with the airport and contractors are resolved.
Workers voted in a series of ballots to take industrial action, which will be held at different times between May 25 and May 30.
Workers directly employed by Luton airport in several different roles including firefighters and security guards voted overwhelmingly for strike action.
Unite members at Menzies Aviation, which undertakes baggage handling, also voted in favour of strike action over pay.
Workers employed by Clece Care Services, which provide assistance at the airport to passengers with reduced mobility, also backed industrial action over zero hours contracts and pay.
Details of the strike dates are:
- Firefighters from 7am Friday May 25 until 7pm Saturday May 26
- Security from 3am Monday May 28 until 5am Tuesday May 29
- Air operations and engineering from 6.30am Tuesday May 29 until 6.30am Wednesday May 30
- Menzies Aviation from 3am Saturday May 26 until 2pm Sunday May 27
- Clece Care Services from 5am Monday May 28 until 5am Wednesday May 30