Ryanair insists, is likely to strike ‘will not work’

  • Ryanair insists, is likely to strike ‘will not work’
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    Ryanair insists the largest strike in history, most likely, will take place on 28 September as the airline said it expected a comprehensive agreement with all the pilots and flight attendants throughout its European base in the coming weeks.
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Ryanair insists the largest strike in history, most likely, will take place on 28 September as the airline said it expected a comprehensive agreement with all the pilots and flight attendants throughout its European base in the coming weeks.

Budget airline faces a cabin crew strike in five countries of the EU, on 28 September last bout of labor unrest in the airline.

However, marketing officer of Ryanair, Kenny Jacobs insisted that every chance that strikes in Italy, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands can not start.

The airline has agreed on a framework agreement with the trade unions representing the bulk of his Italian crew.

Mr. Jacobs said that he expects a comprehensive work offers all Ryanair markets for Christmas.

“I expect that we will get to Christmas with deals with everyone – and that takes uncertainty”, he said.

“The risk of failure will disappear – we make proposals with the unions.”

“Some 90pc of Irish pilots made the Internet, so you now see a very stable situation in Ireland”.

“Throughout Europe the same thing – we have to do all the major unions representing pilots and cabin crew unions.”

“We will make further progress in the autumn. We believe that the situation is stable and cannot be a strike on 28 September.”

“If there is, it will be small and will not be successful.”

“Management and the Board of Ryanair is cooperating seriously with the trade unions. I think we’ve done an incredible job – it is only the recognition of the unions for nine months. In these nine months we have deals, collective labor agreements with pilots and cabin crew unions in most of our markets.”

“We have made incredible progress in nine months.”

“As soon as we get the rest of these deals, he takes the risk of disruption caused by strikes.”

“Besides, life goes on, orders our customers continue booking cheap fares with us.”

He admitted that the airline faced this summer, the industrial turmoil, but denied that it had any significant impact.

“We had a number of strikes over the summer,” he said.

“No flights to or from cork was cancelled. We did have some irregularities in Dublin. But we now have agreement with our Irish pilots, so we do not expect any interruptions in Ireland.”

“Across the rest of Europe, this morning we announced that we have an agreement with the Italian crew.”

“We have not received notification about the strike on September 28. If there is a strike and there may not be – if it is, we will be able to disruption, which will be very small. Customers do not need to worry.”

“Each and every blow that we had, 96pc Ryanair flights to operate normally.”

“When there are strikes and they are not working, it is better for Unions to come and talk to us.”

“They have caused minimal damage”.

He insisted, was a much greater problem of delays in the basis of their Stansted base – the issue he had raised with the British authorities for additional funds for air traffic control, etc.

“Stansted is not associated with the strikes, Stansted was a unique summer because Europe was a unique summer, caused by the violation. This violation was caused by lack of air traffic control strikes on French staff air traffic control”.

Mr. Jacobs said that, while Stansted was approximately 15pcs air traffic of London, it is almost 50pcs of flight delays.

He again insisted on the industrial upheavals in recent months has not affected the passenger traffic the airline Ryanair.

“When you have the rates from 35 euros throughout Europe for a year, which will keep customers coming back to Ryanair. It doesn’t change anything”.

He said that the airline is preparing for a bumper season 2019 – and has confirmed the extension of its presence 20pcs tube with the likely increase in passenger numbers from 900,000 to more than 1.1 million people.

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