Belgian Ryanair pilots plan another strike on August 14-15

Belgian Ryanair pilots are set to strike again on August 14-15, Belga reports. This is the third strike by Ryanair pilots in Belgium this year. The first strike took place in June and caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights. 


The pilots are protesting against Ryanair's working conditions and pay. They are demanding higher wages, better working conditions, and more control over their schedules. Ryanair has said that it is "disappointed" by the strike and that it is "committed to providing its customers with a reliable service." 


The airline has said that it will be offering passengers affected by the strike the option to rebook their flights or receive a full refund. The strike is the latest in a series of labor disputes at Ryanair. In recent months, Ryanair pilots in Italy, Spain, Portugal, and France have also gone on strike. The strikes are a sign of growing discontent among Ryanair pilots. The pilots are demanding better working conditions and pay. They are also unhappy with Ryanair's management style.  Save Money 728x90

It remains to be seen how long the strikes will last. However, it is clear that they are causing significant disruption to Ryanair's operations. In addition to the strike, Ryanair is also facing a number of other challenges. The airline has been criticized for its treatment of passengers, and it has been fined by the European Union for a number of safety violations. Ryanair is also facing increased competition from low-cost airlines such as Wizz Air and EasyJet. It remains to be seen whether Ryanair will be able to weather these challenges. However, the strikes by Belgian Ryanair pilots are a sign that the airline is facing a growing number of problems.

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