Italy - Four hours walk-out at Ryanair - February 28, 2018

At 10 February, there has been a four-hour strike at Ryanair Italy. The pilots’ union ANPAC was not participating in the industrial action because their union is currently in talks with Ryanair. Ryanair confirmed in December that they recognise unions for all staff, but is focussing on making agreements with the pilots’ unions first. The unions representing cabin and ground crew that called out the strike, Cgil, Cisl and Uil, are angry that they weren’t included in contract negotiations with the Ireland-based budget airline.

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