Ryanair cabin crew in Spain announce 10 days of strikes

Ryanair cabin crew in Spain announce 10 days of strikes

Unions representing Ryanair cabin crew in Spain have announced plans to hold 10 days of strike action next month.

Members will strike on various dates between September 1 and 28 unless the airline changes its plans to close a number of bases in the country.

Here in Ireland talks are taking place aimed at avoiding a strike by around 180 Ryanair pilots based in Ireland.

They voted in favour of industrial action last week, and want the carrier to deliver better pay and working conditions.

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