PASSENGERS were already complaining of delays at Glasgow Airport as strike action hit.

Industrial action escalated after a breakdown in talks to try and resolve a dispute over pensions.

Unite the union arranged two 12-hour strikes on June 7 and 10 between 4am to 4pm.

And this morning the action was already causing problems, hitting first thing this morning.

Some said there were two hour delays but airport bosses said the maximum delay was one hour.

A spokesman said queues are now back to normal and the airport is "happy" with how this morning's rush was handled.

Tweets showed long queues.

The airport is part of AGS Airports Limited group, which also owns Aberdeen and Southampton airports.

Not everyone supports the strikers.

Some people described scenes as chaos.

A Glasgow Airport spokesman said: “We encountered longer than normal security times for a short period during our peak departure time and would apologise to our passengers for any inconvenience caused.

“It is important to highlight that the airport is fully operational and our contingencies are in place. “We are working hard to ensure we keep any disruption to an absolute minimum during this period of industrial action.”