RyanAir pilots to strike again

Again RyanAir pilot strike

RyanAir’s pilots, based on Eindhoven Airport, will be going on strike this Friday.

They join their colleagues from various European cabin and cockpit trade unions.

The Dutch RyanAir pilots are going on strike because they want better labor rights. They want to work under Dutch labor law, instead of the Irish. The declaration drawn up by the Dutch Airline Pilots Association mentions a false self-employment of the pilots and states that they are forced to emigrate. The pilots also want no financial consequences when a pilot calls in sick.

Dutch Airline Pilots Association, of which the pilots are part of, expects the strike of next Friday to have more consequences for travelers than an earlier strike in August. Because the summary judge ordered RyanAir to cancel all flights performed by pilots with a base in the Netherlands.

Previously, the cabin crew of RyanAir had already announced a strike to be scheduled for 24 hours next Friday.

Source: Studio040

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