Helicopter engineering workers who were told they may have to relocate to England to keep their jobs have opted for redundancy.
Vector Aerospace had to cut back staffing levels at Almondbank after major customer AugustaWestland decided to take the work on their helicopters in-house at their facility in Yeovil.
Around 80 workers at the Perthshire site were told they may have to transfer to Somerset in December last year.
They were offered the opportunity to relocate and work with AugustaWestland.
But it has been revealed that only one of the 80 helicopter engineering workers offered relocation from Perthshire to the south of England is to make the move with most of the employees opting for redundancy.
A spokesman for Unite union says just one of a handful of workers who accepted a three-month trial with AugustaWestland has decided to relocate.
A further 30 staff at the plant have taken voluntary redundancy as Vector Aerospace restructures its business.
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