Portugal - Ryanair cabin crew strikes over Easter - March 31, 2018

Workers at Ryanair have announced strike actions for the Easter holiday. The cabin crew workers decided to go on strike after the trade union representing them, cabin crew union SNPVAC, came to the conclusion that the talks with the airline, regarding constitutional and labour code rights such as paternity leave, had got nowhere. SNPVAC called the crews for strikes on Thursday, Sunday and Monday. Meanwhile, the Ryanair management told the press it had contacted all Ryanair cabin crew to ask them to put the passengers first and ignore the Easter strike call.

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