Ryanair said it would not cut its Dublin-based fleet this winter after the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association (IALPA) voted to accept a collective agreement, bringing to a close weeks of tense negotiations and a series of strikes.  The Irish LCC’s board has decided to restore six aircraft destined for transfer to Poland this winter to Dublin and has also withdrawn the notice it had given 300 Dublin-based pilots and cabin crew that their jobs were at risk, it ...

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