Spain - Union breaks off talks with Ryanair - May 31, 2018

 Pilots’ union Seplan states that it plans to file a lawsuit against the airline over contracts in Spain and has broken off talks about union recognition. Seplan represents about 500 of 800 Ryanair pilots based in Spain and is in conflict with Ryanair because the airline did not want to allow union members three days a month to carry out union duties despite earlier statements from Ryanair that the company will start to recognise unions. Seplan had previously threatened legal action but suspended it to carry out talks with Ryanair.

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