The strike Ryanair's biggest-ever: cancelled 600 flights in two days
Ryanair does strike, and are cancelled 600 flights in two days. The cancellations affect flights to and from Spain, Belgium and Portugal. The company assures that 100 thousand passengers will be able to choose between compensation and another flight. The strike was called by cabin crew on Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 July. Now the holidays for all those who had already booked the flight are clearly at risk. All, however, will be notified through e-mail or sms. We talk about one of strikes biggest ever.
New strike to Ryanair announced by the cabin crew for the 26th and 27th of July, through which they were cancelled 600 flights in two days. The low-cost airline of ireland has, however, assured the 100 thousand passengers who had planned to travel from and to Belgium, Spain and Portugal. Ryanair has said that she has already been contacted, with mail and sms to all the affected customers. All other travel regularly. The company is the largest strike ever.
In particular, staff representatives have revealed that is not been done any progress on the part of the company since last December, during which the trade unions of the various countries of Europe had chosen to strike just before the Christmas break. Going into detail, the staff calls for an improvement of the economic conditions, security and culture of the workplace. The workers complain of having to pay the clean drinking water during work and having to describe in writing their symptoms when they are home sick. At the time the staff has not yet received a response from the company, and so has decided to announce the strike.
In the meantime, however, the irish airline claims that these strikes are unjustified, and the only result that will get the staff will be the one to ruin the holidays for passengers who had already booked. In addition, Ryanair defends its policies, remuneration, and protection of the worker, which were judged to be adequate. Another cycle of strikes of drivers and, instead, started on Thursday 12 July and will continue today and tomorrow. In fact, the company has been forced to cancel 74 flights between the United Kingdom, Greece, France and Germany. Probably tomorrow it will erase the other 24 to a lack of staff.
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