Ryanair: Unions, new strike June 25, 24  hour stoppage

Ryanair: Unions, new strike June 25, 24 hour stoppage

“On Saturday 25 June, a new strike by pilots and flight attendants, this time for 24 hours the airline Ryanair, Malta Air and the company CrewLink”.

To announce the protest, Filt Cgil and Uiltrasporti reiterate “in the face of the continued impossibility, after the June 8 strike, to start a discussion on the problems that have plagued the occupation for months”. “The June 25 protest is part of a coordinated mobilization at European level, pilots and flight attendants based in Spain, Portugal, France and Belgium will also abstain from work,” the unions explain, underlining that “Ryanair’s Italian workers , Malta Air and CrewLink will go on strike to finally demand decent labor contracts that guarantee decent conditions and salaries at least equal to the minimum wages stipulated in our country’s national aviation treaty.

“Italian workers at Ryanair, Malta Air and CrewLink will go on strike to demand finally decent work contracts that guarantee decent conditions and salaries at least equal to the minimum wages provided for by our country’s national air transport treaty,” emphasize Filt CGIL and Uiltrasporti warn, that “there will be likely inconveniences on the routes operated by the Ryanair group, particularly towards the countries that will be on strike”.

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