Ryanair rules out mediator as fourth strike day looms

29th July, 2018

Ryanair said it wants “rogue elements off the pitch” as part of the increasingly bitter dispute with its pilots at Dublin Airport.

As the dispute escalates with a fourth day of strike action on Friday, Kenny Jacobs, head of marketing at the airline, insisted there still was no need to engage a third party mediator to broker a settlement.

On Friday, the airline launched a hostile attack on the Irish Airline Pilots Association...

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