Ryanair has canceled around 30 flights between Ireland and the UK on July 12, with pilots in Ireland expected to maintain a planned strike over concerns about base transfers and pilot seniority agreements, despite plans for the airline to meet the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association (IALPA) union. Ryanair and the Irish trade union Forsa, of which IALPA is a branch, met on on Jul. 11 but the airline said after the meeting that it had offered to set up a working group to discuss ...

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