Ryanair strikes: Cabin crew set to strike for the next five months – affected airports


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The union said: “The flight crew members receive the support of the passengers, they understand their motives, even if it is a nuisance to have their flight cancelled.

“They have the solution in hand, which is to sit down and negotiate.”

Barcelona El Prat airport has so far been the most affected by the industrial action and has seen the most delays and cancellations.

Despite the striking crew, some flights are likely to go ahead due to a Spanish ruling protecting the right to travel.

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