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Ryanair trial on French work practices delayed

A trial in a French court over Ryanair’s work practices in the country has been delayed for several months after the airline changed its legal team.

31st January, 2013
Ryanair's French trial has been billed as likely to decide the future of the low cost aviation sector in France by some.

A trial in a French court over Ryanair’s work practices in the country has been delayed for several months after the airline changed its legal team.

The trial, which was due to take place in Aix-en-Provence today and tomorrow, has been billed as likely to decide the future of the low cost aviation sector in France by some. France’s La Tribune newspaper said today that if Ryanair loses the case it could cause...

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