A strike by refuelling staff which could have disrupted several airlines at Heathrow Airport later this week has been called off.
A total of 50 workers from Aviation Fuel Services (AFS) were due to stage a three-day walkout from Thursday to Sunday in a row over pay.
However, the Unite union said on Wednesday that a fresh pay offer was now on the table after talks.
It will now ballot members on the new offer.
The union said talks at reconciliation service Acas on Wednesday had led to the new offer from AFS.