RYANAIR is confronting a series of strikes this month as cabin organisation staff ready to theatre mixed walkouts — though a initial date has been cancelled.
Here is all we need to know about a Ryanair Jan 2019 strikes.
What were a Ryanair Jan 2019 strike dates?
and because were they called off?
Cabin organisation in Spain called 3 strike days in January, on Tuesday 8, Thursday 10 and Sunday 13.
The walkouts were called by a dual unions, USO and Sitcpla, that explain Ryanair is “refusing to reside by a Spanish constitution” and yield work contracts according to Spanish law.
However on Monday, Jan 7, a initial walkout date was suspended.
RTE reported that unions representing cabin organisation in Spain had called off a initial of 3 dates noted for walkouts.
Purser Manuel Lodeiro who represents Sitcpla told AFP: “Basically it is to give some-more event for a negotiations to keep going.”
Then on Jan 9 a rest of a dates were also called off.
According to a unions, a strike days were cancelled following “an agreement reached in a early hours of a morning”.
There has been no intrusion on flights caused by these strike dates.
When were a final Ryanair strikes?
Previously, it was announced on Sep 13 that Ryanair cabin organisation would theatre another 24-hour strike on Friday, Sep 28.
The nations where a strikes took place were Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Italy and a Netherlands.
On Sep 26, Ryanair pilots in Germany announced they would join colleagues on strike.
“No softened offer has been done to VC given a final industrial movement on Sep 12 2018. In addition, no conciliation agreement has been reached between Ryanair and VC so far,” German kinship VC pronounced in a statement.
Spain’s USO kinship said: “We are contemptible to incite a new reversal and we have attempted to give notice as shortly as possible, though it is compulsory to cut a problem during a base so that in a destiny a association complies with a legislation for workers and users.”
The strike was announced following a assembly with a European Commission, and was once again over compensate and conditions.
If my Ryanair moody is cancelled can we get my income back?
If your moody has been cancelled due to strike movement we should be entitled to possibly a refund or a engagement on another moody with a company.
Travel insurer Columbus Direct told a Express that passengers on flights influenced in Europe are protected.
Caroline Vicente, a transport consultant during a firm, said: “As Ryanair is a European airline if we are due to transport during this time and your moody is cancelled we are protected.
“You have a choice to take an choice moody with a airline to your destination, or cancel your moody and explain a full refund.
“If a choice moody Ryanair offer isn’t during a right time for you, Ryanair is legally compulsory to book we on a allied moody with them or an choice airline. You should not be charged some-more for this.”