Labour Research July 2018

European news


Along with recognising the Unite union for its UK cabin crew (see page 7), low-cost carrier Ryanair has said that it wishes to work with two Italian unions, ANPAC and ANPAV, to sign an agreement for cabin crew based in Italy. 

Around 80 aircraft and 20% of the company’s employees work from Italy. 

However, Ryanair has still not reached agreement with unions representing cabin crew in Belgium, Portugal and Spain, who are all threatening action if there is no agreement with the company soon.