Ryanair strike on Spanish bases: started this Monday 8 August and will last until 7 January 2023


Ryanair strike on Spanish bases: started this Monday 8 August and will last until 7 January 2023

From this Monday, August 8, to January 7Ryanair cabin crew will make weekly 24 hour breaks which will run from Monday to Thursday.

The Ministerio de Transportes, Movilidad y Agenda Urbana set the minimum services for the new strike call for Ryanair (TCP) cabin crew in Spainpromoted by the USO and Sitcpla trade unions, and that in some cases it will protect up to 85% of the airline’s scheduled flights.

Behind the request for USE and Sitcpla there is the refusal of the Irish low cost airline to resume negotiations to agree on a new collective agreement, contract to be applied to all passenger cabin crew the airline has in Spain.

Ryanair is the airline that carries the most passengers in the Spanish market, with over 650 routes in 2021 and this call for a strike of 1,576 workers belongs to the airlines Ryanair, Crewlink and Workforce

In the the first twelve days of the strike, the company has scheduled a total of 4,998 flights from its Spanish baseslocated in the airports of Madrid, Malaga, Barcelona, ​​Alicante, Seville, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia, Girona, Santiago de Compostela and Ibiza.

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