Ireland-based LCC Ryanair has reported generally good progress in its negotiations with organized labor, following its December 2017 recognition of trades unions, although the risk of industrial action from some national groups cannot yet be ruled out, the airline’s COO said in London March 7. For years, Ryanair conducted pay and conditions negotiations with representatives at its bases throughout Europe (87 currently) and had set its face against dealing with union. “Nobody ...

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