Thursday December 12, 2019

Ryanair signs off on five-year pay deal for all pilots

Budget carrier is now in similar talks with cabin crew

25th November, 2015
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Ryanair has announced that it has concluded a five-year pay deal with pilots at all its 76 bases across Europe.

The airline said it has commenced similar negotiations with its cabin crew.

It said 90 per cent of staff members at its largest cabin crew bases in Dublin and London-Stansted had voted in a secret ballot to accept five-year deals incorporating what it described as pay increases, improved rosters and rapid promotion opportunities.

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