Irish LCC Ryanair has served 90 days “protective notice” on over 100 Dublin-based pilots and 200 cabin crew, in an escalation of a labor-relations dispute that will see it shift at least six Dublin-based aircraft to Polish charter carrier Ryanair Sun. At the release of the second quarter results on July 23, Ryanair said its profit had fallen by 20%, partly driven by higher staff costs after being forced to increase salaries and recognize unions in Dec. 2017. At the time, ...

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