BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT -- Municipal officials confirmed to FOX 22/ABC 7, Wednesday, that a number of part-time employees at Bangor International Airport, spanning multiple departments, have received word their positions are being eliminated.
Union workers received word via e-mail this week, though the layoffs are said to include a mix of union and non-union personnel.
Officials say a reduction in military flights, contributing to declining revenues, is partially behind the move.
The exact number of impacted workers, and a timeline for their departure, are unknown at this time.
Officials say the layoffs are proceeding in compliance with all union collective bargaining agreements.
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