Tuesday June 2, 2020

Ryanair pilots push for union recognition

IALPA says it has held meetings with over 1,000 Ryanair pilots

8th October, 2017

The Irish Air Line Pilots Association has said it has met with over 1,000 Ryanair pilots in the last 10 days to discuss how best to engage with the airline. IALPA has met with pilots as individuals and in groups of over 50 pilots at a time and said that many wanted to join a trade union.

In a letter to IALPA members in Ryanair last Friday it said: “At the meetings many pilots expressed an understandable desire...

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