Ryanair defiant as strike grounds flights in Germany

Passengers walk in front of an aircraft of low-cost airliner Ryanair at Weeze Airport, near the German-Dutch border, during a strike of the airline's crews, protesting the slow progress in negotiating a collective labour agreement at Weeze airport, Germany, September 12, 2018. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

BERLIN/LONDON (Reuters) – Pilots and cabin crew at Ryanair in Germany staged a full-day walkout on Wednesday and threatened further strikes as management at Europe’s largest low-cost carrier struggled to rein in an industrial relations revolt. The strike came a day before unions representing cabin crew in five countries – including No. 2 and 3 […]

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