Ryanair pilots in Ireland are deciding whether to go on strike over pay, after the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association (IALPA), a branch of the Forsa trade union, launched a strike ballot. Ryanair began recognizing unions in December 2017 after a pilot rostering crisis brought workforce tensions to a head. Since then, the Dublin-based LCC has faced numerous strikes and conflicts with employees over pay and working conditions across European markets.  The ballot began July 23 and ...

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