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Ryanair unions announce 12 days of strike in July

Twelve new strike days have been announced by the USO and SICTPLA unions for Ryanair crewmembers in Spain during July.

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Ryanair unions announce 12 days of strike in July

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 airline's "impassiveness". She stressed that "We aren't third-party workers."

USO has demanded that the Executive Act be filed against "a company which does not adhere to court rulings, does no comply with the law, and uses fear, coercion, and threats against its employees."

Arrasanz has slipped that the next calls will also take place over 24-hours and has called all Ryanair workers in Spain supporting this strike. He believes that Ryanair listens to its employees and will sit down again at the negotiation table.

As detailed above, strike days have caused more than 200 cancellations of flights and more than 1,000 delays across the country. He has also criticised the fact that the company prefers to keep thousands of passengers "on ground" before negotiating with its workers in Spanish law.

Ryanair suffered 123 delays and 10 cancellations on its Saturday flights, from 1:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. during the sixth day in the strike by cabin crew members.

These cancellations relate to round-trip flights between Berlin and Ibiza (Malaga and Aberdeen), London and Ibiza (London and Ibiza), Marseille and Santiago de Compostela, and Glasgow and Malaga.

EasyJet, on the other hand has canceled 5 flights and 52 others have been delayed until Saturday at 1:00 p.m. The cancellations also affected flights between London and Malaga. Round trip from Geneva to Malaga. The route between Malaga (Bristol) is also affected.

Miguel Galan, general secretary of USO at easyJet Malaga has confirmed that strike call for July 2, is being supported at all bases in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, and Malaga.

He said that the strike is being supported at Malaga's base where 50% of the operation was canceled, "despite the abusive minimum service imposed by easyjet."

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