Ryanair apologises to fliers as pilot strike continues

Published on : Tuesday, July 24, 2018

RyanairIrish airline, Ryanair, has apologised to 2,500 customers who were scheduled to fly on Tuesday but had to cancel their flights due to on-going strikes.

 
Dublin-based pilots are staging their third 24-hour strike, resulting in the cancellation of 16 flights.

 
They are in dispute with Ryanair over a number of issues including annual leave, seniority and base transfers.

 
Ryanair says the customers on the cancelled flights to and from the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday were either accommodated on alternative flights, or offered a refund.

 
Staff in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Belgium are due to strike on Wednesday and Thursday.

 


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