PARIS—Ryanair said a European court ruling about where staff members can bring legal proceedings will not add to its labor costs. Under the ruling, airline staff members can bring legal proceedings in countries where they perform their duties—not just Ryanair’s base in Ireland. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that Belgian courts had jurisdiction over 2011 claims brought against Ryanair and recruitment company CrewLink by six employees. The employees were hired ...

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