Anyone travelling from the Montreal-Trudeau Airport during the upcoming weeks may end up facing some difficulties due to a strike happening at the airport.\nMembers of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) are the ones who plan to strike.\nFind out what's happening with the strike below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nAs the holiday season approaches, many Quebecers are preparing to go on vacation or travel across the country to visit family and friends. As well all know, it is a very busy travel season and airports are crowded. If you are planning to fly in the coming weeks, you may experience some inconvenience as there is a threat to strike at the Montreal-Trudeau Airport.\nWhile Swissport Canada's employees are in the middle of negotiating their collective agreement, it appears that both parties have reached an impasse.\nOn Tuesday, employees represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) voted 99% in favour of a strike mandate. This is set to begin on December 25.\nThere is a total of 250 employees who are members of this union and who would reportedly be on strike.\nView this post on Instagram WoW...✈️ #wow #wowair #wowairlines #yul #enfin #sunrise #sun #sunset #flight #opsagent #swissport #swissportcanada #plane #weightandbalance #keflavik #a321neo #airportlife #airportlifestyle #airbus A post shared by Adr Latinis (@adr_latinis) on Jun 10, 2018 at 10:33pm PDT\nThey work as aircraft refuellers, mechanics, dispatchers and refuelling maintenance employees at Montreal and Mirabel airports.\nAccording to the IAMAW, Swissport Canada is the sole fuel supplier to airlines at Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Montreal-Mirabel airports.\nThus, although the company could implement special measures in the event of a strike, the IAMAW believes that this will not be sufficient to provide the usual service.\nView this post on Instagram Cold and snow this week. Maybe a good time to hop on board for the sun and warmth of the South. Happy Monday. #sunwing #boeinglovers #yulaeroport #yulspotters #planespotting #planelovers #planepics #plane #aircraftphotography #airliners_daily #planesdaily #aviation4u #aviationlover #aviationdaily #aviation #avgeek #instagramaviation #instaaviationphotography #instaaviation #ig_aviation A post shared by Ken (@aviationyul) on Dec 16, 2019 at 7:06am PST\n"We would prefer to obtain a fair collective agreement and negotiate the terms of our members in good faith, but the employer's attitude at this stage of the bargaining process gives us no other choice," said Peter Tsoukalas, General President of the union's District 140, in a statement sent to The Canadian Press.\nSwissport Canada employees have been without an employment contract since August. Among the subjects of negotiation are the wages and working conditions of union members.\nTo date, Aéroports de Montréal has not yet reacted, but according to what spokesperson Anne-Sophie Hamel reported to CJAD, the situation is being closely monitored.