Ryanair lost a key battle in its campaign to remain nonunion after the Irish High Court ruled that the Labor Court should be permitted to hear complaints by pilots about the airline under the Industrial Relations Act. In a statement, the Air Line Pilots Assn., International in Washington called the ruling "a major step forward in the pilots' long legal battle with their management, which refuses to negotiate with trade unions." Ryanair said it will appeal to the Irish Supreme ...

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