Ryanair cabin crew on board with new labor agreement talks

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Tuesday, January 29, 2019 - 07:38

Ryanair confirmed that its directly-employed cabin crew in Spain had voted by a majority of 99% in favour of a recognition agreement with local trade unions.

The airline and the unions -- SITCPLA and USO -- were now progressing a collective labour agreement, which they hoped to conclude on or before 30 April, the budget carrier said.

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