West Dunbartonshire’s MP has joined demands to prolong the furlough plan for people today in the spot performing in vacation, tourism and aviation.

Martin Docherty-Hughes MP has backed calls from the All-Bash Parliamentary Team for the Foreseeable future of Aviation for the British isles government to prolong the Coronavirus Position Retention Plan until March 2022 to protect work opportunities in the aviation, vacation, and tourism sectors.

Mr Docherty-Hughes says he has been contacted by airport personnel residing in West Dunbartonshire voicing worry about the protection of their work the moment the plan finishes.

The plea follows the launch of figures by the Office for National Statistics which showed that 57 per cent of passenger air transportation workers remain on furlough together with 51 per cent of all those vacation company and tour operator things to do.

The MPs’ letter warns that with a shed summertime time coming on leading of the worst 15 months in the record of British isles aviation, that devoid of the continuing help of the Task Retention Scheme the threat of substantial redundancies will turn into a stark and devastating fact.

The SNP MP has joined a cross-bash team of 76 parliamentarians urging the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, to not only prolong the furlough plan but to work with business to offer further much required economical assist whilst they continue to be less than significant limitations.

Martin Docherty-Hughes MP reported: “The aviation, travel and tourism industries have been among the worst afflicted by the pandemic with passenger numbers falling to traditionally small concentrations primary to devastating impacts which are getting felt all over the place.

“A single 3rd of positions at Glasgow Airport have by now been shed, and a quantity of my constituents right here in West Dunbartonshire whose employment depends on the airport and aviation sector facial area a stressing future.

“The United kingdom government’s elimination of the Coronavirus Work Retention Plan would arrive as a devastating blow and will inevitably guide to further job losses.

“The aviation, travel and tourism market will not be ready to recover with the latest restrictions in area and as these the Uk government ought to protect these careers to steer clear of substantial job losses in Scotland and throughout the Uk.

“I urge Chancellor Rishi Sunak to listen to this cross-get together get in touch with and go on to guard aviation, journey and tourism work and to assist these industries by means of the challenging months and months forward.”

The United kingdom Federal government has been approached for comment.