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PremierLeague-News.Com - Thousands of passengers are set to see their travel plans disrupted

Liverpool news Ryanair warning to customers planning to fly this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Thousands of passengers are set to see their travel plans disrupted

Liverpool news  Ryanair warning to customers planning to fly this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com
21 June 2022 - 18:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ryanair passengers due to travel this weekend are urged to check their plans amid a number of cabin crew strikes. Thousands of holidaymakers are set to see their travel plans disrupted this summer as Spanish Ryanair staff are set to walk out on six different days. The action could cause significant impacts on passengers as flights may be forced to cancel. Staff in Spain are set to walk out on June 24, 25, 26 and 30 and on July 1 and 2, amid discontent about working conditions and pay, USO union said. Last week labour organisations including SITCPLA and USO came together to demand an uplift, claiming they have "no other option" but to walk out if it is not given. READ MORE: Ryanair's warning as flight cancellations to continue 'right throughout summer' The move comes after Ryanair - Europe's largest budget airline - walked away from talks with USO and SITCPLA on Tuesday, Bloomberg reports. Last week a spokesperson for the latter union said: “We’re coordinating our actions with European counterparts.” USO and STCPLA said in a joint statement that Ryanair lacked commitment to dialogue and accused the airline of acting in bad faith. Negotiations on a collective agreement made “almost made no progress” due to the unions’ “unrealistic demands and refusal to meaningfully engage,” a letter from Ryanair said following the failed talks.

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. In recent months we have been negotiating improvements to those agreements as we work through the Covid recovery phase. "Those negotiations are going well and we do not expect widespread disruption this summer. In Spain, we are pleased to have reached a collective agreement with CCOO, Spain’s largest and most representative union, delivering improvements for Spanish-based cabin crew and reinforcing Ryanair’s commitment to the welfare of its cabin crew. "These announcements by the much smaller USO and SITCPLA unions are a distraction from their own failures to deliver agreements after three years of negotiations and we believe that any strikes they call will not be supported by our Spanish crews.” British cabin crew will not be striking, but those travelling to Spain from the UK, and vice versa, may be impacted. easyJet cabin crew in Spain have today said they will strike for nine days during this year's summer season. The Mirror reports the budget airline's attendants will walk out in three phases across the peak of summer, in July. The planned walk-outs will add to the disruption during a holiday season which is already looking set for more chaos. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here Vets warn all dog owners after cocker spaniel dies HMRC giving UK parents a £500 tax free cash boost AQA responds to claims A Level paper was leaked weeks before exam

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