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Why are Ryanair cabin crew in Spain going on strike?

MADRID, July 2 (Reuters) - Spain-based cabin crew at Ryanair (RYA.I) plan to strike for 12 days this month to demand better working conditions, the USO and SICTPLA unions said on Saturday, raising the prospect of travel chaos as the summer tourist season gets under way.

Why are EasyJet and Ryanair going on strike?

Holidaymakers face a summer of flight chaos, as easyJet and Ryanair plan strike action through July along with Lufthansa and SAS, over ongoing disputes concerning working conditions and pay.

Why is Ryanair cancelling flights to and from Italy?

Last month, industrial action forced multiple budget airlines - including Ryanair - to cancel flights to and from Italy, while a Thursday morning strike meant Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport had to scrap 100 flights.

Will flights in and out of UK airports take off during pilot strike?

However, as less than 30 percent of the budget airline’s UK-based pilots are taking part in the strike, the airline has said that flights in and out of UK airports took off as normal this morning despite the strikes.

When are the Ryanair cabin crew strikes in Spain?

- Copyright REUTERS/Jon Nazca Travellers could face more chaos after Spain’s Ryanair cabin crew voted to strike for another 12 days in July. Workers affiliated with two Spanish unions are set to walk out from 12 to 15 July, 18 to 21 July and 25 to 28 July.

When are the Ryanair cabin crew strikes in 2022?

Ryanair cabin crew strike 2022: When and where the strikes are happening? Ryanair cabin crew are set to strike for a further 12 days in July, following an initial six days of industrial action. The USO union said that Ryanair’s June strike resulted in 215 cancelled flights to or from Spain, plus at least 1,255 delays.

What is the minimum protected flight mandate for Ryanair cabin crew strikes?

SPAIN’S government has issued a ‘minimum’ protected flight mandate during six days of Ryanair cabin crew strikes in the country. Cabin crew based in Spain will strike on June 24, 25, 26 and 30, as well as on July 1 and 2, according to the USO and SCITPLA unions over a dispute concerning working conditions.

Why did Ryanair employees go on strike?

A growing dispute over pay and working conditions has led to the strike action, the Unión Sindical Obrera (USO) union has confirmed. The general secretary of USO’s Ryanair section, Lidia Arasanz, said: ‘We have to resume mobilisation so that the reality of our situation is known and Ryanair is forced to abide by basic labour laws.’

Why are Ryanair passengers being warned of travel disruption this summer?

RYANAIR passengers are being warned of travel disruption this summer, which could affect as many as 200 flights a day. Baggage handlers at Blue Handling are threatening strike action due to pay cuts, which will affect hundreds of flights if it goes ahead.

Which UK airlines are cancelling flights to Italy?

After various cancellations across Italy’s airports, others are also looking at different flight routes in order to still make their plans happen. The Local understands that Ryanair, Easyjet and British Airways are cancelling flights on multiple UK-Italy routes often with just a couple of weeks’ notice.

What is Ryanairs refund policy for cancelled flights?

The general rule is that an airline must refund the cost of the ticket plus pay €250 (£220) compensation for flights of up to 1,500km, and €400 (£353) for flights of 1,500km to 3,500km. Ryanair does not have any routes over 3,500km. However, if the flight is cancelled with more than two weeks’ notice,...

Will Ryanair pay if I switch to a rival airline?

But there is no guarantee Ryanair will pay. EasyJet, for example, argues that if it can fly you to your destination within 48 hours, then it will not allow a switch to a rival airline. If that is the case, then Ryanair is in breach of EU rules, and you are entitled to be reimbursed for the cost of buying another flight.

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