Call for strike action at Ryanair in Spain in January

Air Traffic: Ryanair Cabin Crew in Spain Calls for Strike Action in January

MOBILISATION: Spain is the third largest market of Ryanair with 13 of its 89 bases … The call to strike is launched. Unions representing the 1,800 cabin crew members in Ryanair Spain threatened Friday a strike in January if the low-cost Irish airline would not agree to improve their working and pay conditions. The unions USO and Sitcpla, which claimed […]

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New strike action at Ryanair

New European Strike at Ryanair, 250 Cancelled Flights

STRIKE ACTION: All customers affected by cancelled flights at Ryanair have been notified by email and SMS since Tuesday  Low-cost airline Ryanair promised to fly most of its flights on Friday, despite a call for a strike in several European countries by cabin crew and pilots demanding better working conditions. The Irish carrier plans to cancel 250 of […]

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Strike at Ryanair, causing distruption across Europe

Ryanair’s Massive Strike: Thousands of Passengers Affected across Europe

The Dutch pilots of the low-cost airline Ryanair decided to join the massive strike, causing many disturbances throughout Europe. The European strike of the pilots of the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair was further amplified on Thursday. A court in the Netherlands has allowed Dutch pilots to participate in the planned move on Friday, which is expected to affect […]

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Ryanair has announced new route from lorient to London

Lorient Airport: Ryanair announce new line to London

Ryanair announces new route from Lorient to London Stansted Airport. The airline plans three flights per week from the 1st July 2017 until the end of October. “Ryanair is delighted to announce a new line from Lorient to London Stansted, which begins next July with 3 weekly flights, says Yann Delomez, responsible sales and marketing […]

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Prices of tickets will fall 10% -15% over next 2 years

Ryanair: Prices of air tickets will drop from 10% to 15% in the next two years

ECONOMY: The CEO of Ryanair stated in an interview with “JDD” published on Sunday … Prices of flights offered by Ryanair will go down “from 10% to 15% over at least the next two years,” thanks to the recent fall in oil prices, according to the CEO of the Irish company. “In 2016 the average ticket should […]

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