Ryanair pilots suspend planned one-day strike action

Ryanair pilots suspend planned one-day strike action

Ryanair pilots suspend planned one-day strike action

And an IALPA official warned the talks may come too late to halt a strike.

However it said it would not be able to meet with IMPACT until Wednesday - which is the day the strike is due to begin.

"Christmas flights are very important to our customers and we wish to remove any worry or concern that they may be disrupted by pilot industrial action next week", Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said in a written statement.

The Irish union responded on Sunday that it would be "happy to do that".

The airline said Saturday that it was prepared to meet representatives from Impact, to which the Irish Airline Pilots' Association (IALPA) is affiliated, on Tuesday in a bid to avert the strike.

He added: "The earlier we can meet the better".

Ryanair said on Friday it would recognise unions but IMPACT says further clarifications are needed.

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Mr Harbor said IMPACT had spoken to senior Ryanair management, telling them they were ready to meet them at any time.

Pilots in Germany had voted to take industrial action some time during the Christmas period.

The airline also confirmed that the German pilot union has agreed to meetings on Wednesday December 20th.

In Spain, there are no strikes planned for pilots but ground staff unions have not ruled out action on 30 December.

Ryanair says it is now demanding the threat of strikes is lifted from its customers - already inconvenienced by the company's rota blunders this autumn that led to the travel plans of 700,000 people being scrapped.

The carrier admitted it had "messed up" the planning of its pilots' holidays.

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