Tension between Ryanair and its workforce has ratcheted up another notch, following the Irish pilots’ union’s decision to strike for a fourth day on Aug. 3. The union, Fórsa, said July 25 that pilots who are members of the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association (IALPA) would stop work Aug. 3, after the Irish LCC issued “protective notice” letters to some 300 of its workforce. The union added that further industrial action could follow. Under Irish labor law, ...

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