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Planned Ryanair pilots’ strike set to go ahead as talks stall

Although some common ground was made at a meeting last week, the company and the Irish Airlines Pilots Association/Forsa union are still apart on the main issues between them that led Dublin-based staff into the unprecedented walkout

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
15th July, 2018
Ryanair Pilots strike at the entrance to Dublin Airport Pic: Maura Hickey

No talks between Ryanair and unions are as yet planned ahead of the next strike day by pilots at the airline this Friday, as the two sides appear to have made little progress.

Although some common ground was made at a meeting last week, the company and the Irish Airlines Pilots Association/Forsa union are still apart on the main issues between them that led Dublin-based staff into the unprecedented walkout.

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