Ryanair insists ‘zero impact ‘from Spain strikes

Wednesday, 10 Aug, 2022 0

Ryanair is playing down the impact on services in August or September due to planned strikes by cabin crew in Spain.

The strikes called by unions USO & SITCPLA representing cabin crew will have ‘zero impact’ on flights to and from Spain

Ryanair already secured a labour agreement with main Spanish cabin crew union CCOO.

“These two unions represent only a handful of our Spanish cabin crew. Strikes in June and July had little or no impact on Ryanair’s flights to or from Spain,” a Ryanair spokesperson said

“Ryanair expects that these latest threatened strikes will have zero impact on our Spanish flights or schedules in August or September.”

It claims no flights were cancelled in July because of the previous strike action.

The unions have demanded better pay and working conditions and plan weekly walkouts.

The unions also demand the reinstatement of workers fired for striking in July.

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