Another week, another strike: It’s a situation that even a year ago would have been unthinkable for Ryanair management, but in the low-cost carrier’s (LCC) spiraling summer of discontent, it is now a reality. Europe’s largest LCC only agreed to recognize unions for the first time in its 33-year history in December 2017, after a pilot-rostering debacle led to the cancellation of thousands of flights. The episode brought to the fore tensions over pay, working conditions and ...

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