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Published on : Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Ryanair today welcomed the ruling by the Charleroi Labour Court dismissing a case taken against Ryanair by a former crew member, which confirmed that Ryanair crew are employed on Irish contracts, operate on Irish registered aircraft (defined as Irish territory) and pay their taxes in Ireland, in accordance with the EU Regulations governing mobile transport workers and the Belgium-Ireland double taxation treaty.
The Charleroi Labour Court’s decision is in line with a previous decision in 2007 when the Mons Appeal Court upheld Ryanair’s position that any dispute regarding contracts of employment should be dealt with through the Irish Courts and mirrors other rulings in Germany, Italy and Spain.