Twelve new strike days have been announced by the USO and SICTPLA unions for Ryanair crewmembers in Spain during July.
The 24-hour stoppages will be held at Spanish airports where Ryanair has operations, specifically from July 12-15, July 18-21 and July 25-28.
They demand that the airline change its attitude after six days of strike and resume negotiations for a collective agreement. This will include decent working conditions and Spanish legislation, as they stated in a statement.
Laura Arrasanz, USO spokesperson, has requested Yolanda Diaz (Minister of Labor), and the Government to help her resolve this issue due to the "impassiveness of the airline." She stressed that "we are not third-party workers."
The strike situation was updated by the unions on July 2. Ryanair has had 10 flights canceled and 123 delays. Five flights were canceled at Ryanair and 52 delays occurred at Easyjet.