Ryanair has signed its third cabin crew union recognition agreement with the Verdi Union to represent directly employed cabin crew based in Germany. Ryanair’s chief people officer Eddie Wilson said the deal brought the proportion of cabin crew now covered by recognition agreements to over 60%. The airline already has cabin crew recognition agreements in place with Italy’s ANPAC/ANPAV unions and Unite in the UK. “We hope to announce further agreements over the coming ...

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