Manchester news Ryanair strikes - all the planned walkout dates that could affect your holiday Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Unions are planning strikes in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal

Manchester news Ryanair strikes - all the planned walkout dates that could affect your holiday Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Unions are planning strikes in Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal

Manchester news  Ryanair strikes - all the planned walkout dates that could affect your holiday Manchester united news
20 June 2022 - 13:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Brits could be hit by more travel disruption as Ryanair cabin crew plan walkouts in Europe. Strikes are set to take place in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Belgium which could impact services on UK routes. Unions in Belgium representing staff at the budget airline are the latest to announce walkout plans as the main summer holiday season commences. According to unions staff are planning to strike in Belgium and Portugal from June 24-26, France from June 25-26 and in Italy on June 25. Staff in Spain are expected to strike on June 24-26, June 30, and July 1-2. In Belgium industrial action will come as a blow to passengers as Ryanair operates 17 planes from Charleroi and two aircraft from Brussels. READ MORE: EasyJet to cut more flights over summer as chaos continues Unions claimed the dispute centred on wage levels and pay for pre-take-off and post-landing duties. A Ryanair spokesperson said last week the unions should return to the negotiating table to deliver improvements instead of disrupting passenger travel plans. Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary had said union accusations were "complete rubbish". He went on: "We fully comply with Belgian law, we have labour agreements here with both the pilot unions and the cabin crew unions." More than 60 per cent of flights to and from Belgium operate on aircraft that are not based in the country with plans originating from other nations operating routes. UK cabin crew have not voted to strike, but the dispute could potentially affect thousands of summer holidaymakers. Here is the latest on the walkout plans: Belgium Trade unions claimed they were forced into action because Ryanair was not respecting Belgian labour law covering such issues as the minimum wage or pay of cabin staff.

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. Portugal Portugal-based cabin crew have said a three-day strike will go ahead on June 24, 25 and 26, which could impact dozens of flights between the UK and the popular holiday destination. Workers are demanding compliance with Portuguese law and better working conditions, Portugal's union of civil aviation personnel SNPVAC said in a statement. "This mobilisation is not only an opportunity to put the spotlight on multiple attacks on workers' dignity and to make this reality known but also a moment to show unity and solidarity against dumping", the union added. Spain The strike in Portugal comes just one day after Ryanair's Spanish cabin crew announced a six-day strike. The action will take place on June 24, 35, 26 and 30, and on July 1 and 2. Workers have blamed discontent with working conditions and pay as the reason for the series of walkouts. Italy Unions representing staff in Italy called for a 24-hour strike on June 25 to coincide with walkouts in both Spain and Portugal. Unions FILT-CGIL and UIL Trasporti said they sought improved pay and conditions after staging a four-hour stoppage earlier in June. France Union members employed by the no-frills airline in France have threatened a walkout on June 25-26 adding to the disruption for travellers across Europe. Flights from Toulouse, Marseille and Paris Beauvais airports to Morocco, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Corsica, England, Scotland and Ireland are likely to be affected. Read more of today's top stories here. Read next: Jet2 sends urgent 'last chance' 12-hour warning to all customers Businesswoman arrested at Manchester Airport charged with drugs conspiracy and money laundering Ways to beat Manchester Airport queues, lounge deals, and best time to fly Supermarket goes from cheapest to most expensive in just three weeks Utter mayhem as passengers left stranded at Palma Airport after Jet2 flight to Manchester 'delayed' for nearly 24 HOURS

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