Ryanair facing first Irish strike after pilot ballot

The IALPA union says it is seeking an agreement that would govern how pilots are transferred between Ryanair’s bases and other related issues

3rd July, 2018
The airline, which has faced a series of strikes in recent weeks, sent an email to pilots yesterday with the subject line “Dublin based fleet cut”. Pic: RollingNews.ie

A 24-hour strike is now planned for next Thursday, July 12. IALPA says it has told Ryanair that it will notify it of additional strike days “in due course”.

The union says it is seeking an agreement that would govern how pilots are transferred between Ryanair’s bases and other related issues. IALPA says it remains “available and willing” to engage with Ryanair on the dispute.

The unions says pilots are...

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