Ryanair said it is taking France to the European Court of Human Rights over a recent ruling by the French Conseil d'Etat, the country's highest administrative court, requiring that the carrier apply French labor laws to employees located in Marseille, where it opened a base in November 2006. The LCC's decision relates to a December 2006 decree compelling foreign carriers to apply French employment laws to crews based at the country's airports. Both Ryanair and easyJet immediately filed a ...

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