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SBP editorial: Ryanair bosses and pilots must meet each other halfway

25th August, 2019

Ryanair made a seminal move in late 2017 to recognise unions. Since then, there has been a sense that the carrier is having problems adjusting to the new world of industrial relations it now inhabits.

As last week ended, the airline was assailed by industrial relations problems with pilots. Its British pilots were on strike, while its Irish pilots were only prevented from taking similar action by a last minute High Court injunction. Problems with cabin...

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