Two planned 48-hour strikes by Gatwick Airport workers who assist passengers with disabilities have been suspended following a revised pay offer.
Members of Unite employed by logistics giant Wilson James were due to walk out on Tuesday and next Monday. The dispute centres on a demand for a £1 an hour pay rise.
Workers will vote in the coming weeks on whether to accept a revised offer.
A third planned 48-hour stoppage from December 21 is set to go ahead if the offer is rejected.
Commenting Unite regional officer Jamie Major said: "The two 48 hour stoppages in November have been suspended while members vote on whether to accept or reject a new pay offer from Wilson James."
The dispute centres on a demand for a £1 an hour pay rise. Those assisting disabled passengers are paid just £8.27 per hour.
Workers will now vote on whether to accept or reject a revised offer with voting closing on Monday 10 December.
A third planned 48-hour stoppage on 21/23 December is set to go ahead should members reject the offer and the pay dispute remains unresolved.