Two European low-cost carriers face mixed fortunes when it comes to labor relations in 2019. Air France-KLM LCC subsidiary Transavia France and Irish LCC Ryanair both weathered industrial unrest in 2018. While Transavia France appears to have put these worries behind it, Ryanair enters the new year with the threat of continued disruptions as two unions representing the Irish LCC’s Spanish staff plan three days of walkouts in January. Transavia France averted a holiday season strike ...

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