Three flights cancelled as Ryanair’s Portugal cabin crew strike

in News · 29-03-2018 16:38:00 · 3 Comments
Three flights cancelled as Ryanair’s Portugal cabin crew strike

Irish airline Ryanair has said strike action by its cabin crew in Portugal is having some effects on flights.

The airline said the majority of its cabin crew turned up for work, but three flights have been cancelled. The union that called the action (the SNPVAC) said up to 90 percent of its Portuguese personnel stayed home today, and accused Ryanair is “illegally" replacing striker with workers from other bases. Strikes are also to be staged on Easter Sunday, and next Wednesday (4 April).


Comments:

Every company should threat their workers Well ....good salary, benefits, holidays, sick leave, cost free training, cost free uniform etc.

by Arja Sarpola from Lisbon on 02-04-2018 09:35:00

Hire Irish cabin crew workers. Problem solved.

by Tony B from USA on 31-03-2018 06:40:00

Don't agree at all with strikes...you loose the point. If you don't work don't complaint. Not working its also a set back for you.

by Joao from Lisbon on 30-03-2018 09:18:00
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