FRANKFURT—Ryanair canceled around 400 flights in Europe Aug. 10, most of them in Germany, as pilots in five countries staged strikes to emphasize their claims against the airline. Pilots in Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Sweden followed calls by their respective unions to strike. The action was coordinated among unions to maximize pressure on the airline, although demands differ by country. Ryanair operates around 2,000 flights per day in the summer, so about 20% of ...

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