LAST MINUTE: More travel chaos looming as Ryanair’s Spain staff set to strike

Ryanair calls a strike for June 24, June 25, 25 and 30. Also for July 1 and 2.

The USO and Sitcpla unions have called Ryanair cabin crew in our country to strike six 24-hour days on June 24, 25, 26 and 30 and July 1 and 2, dates that coincide with the first operation out of summer. The workers and unions want to get the airline to resume the negotiations of the first collective agreement.

The strike is called by the cabin crew, but it is believed that more company workers can join. If you have already bought your flights for the dates on which the strike begins, it is recommended that you carefully check all the airline’s conditions.

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