Ryanair is bracing itself for a new cabin crew strike in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands on Friday, September the 28th. Ahead of the ‘biggest ever’ Ryanair cabin crew strike, Brussels is siding with workers.
Just one week ahead of the next planned strike by Ryanair cabin crew, the European Commission has warned the low-cost carrier that it must submit to the labour laws of the countries where its workers live.
‘There are rules, and these are very clear’, said the EU Transportation Commissioner in an interview on Wednesday, one day before Ryanair holds its annual shareholder meeting.
The unions behind the stoppage disagree with the company policy of putting all its workers on Irish contracts rather than following local legislation.
Source … El Pais