The workers of the Ryanair company have denounced that the company has returned to practicing transnational strikebreaking by bringing crew members from other bases to operate flights originating in Spain, for which they will take legal action.
The USO union, organizer of the strike, has stated that some of them are Portuguese and others from outside the community, from the United Kingdom.
The staff is collecting data from all flights to file the corresponding complaints with the Labor Inspectorate in each city.
For the time being, there is evidence that non-Spanish personnel have been infiltrated at least on flights originating from Barcelona-El Prat and Santiago de Compostela.
On the other hand, on the fifth day of the cabin crew strike, until 9:00 a.m., there has been no cancellation, but there have been 21 delays.
Regarding the first day of the EasyJet crew strike in Spain, until 9:00 a.m. there were seven canceled flights and 12 accumulated delays in El Prat, Palma de Mallorca and Malaga.
They maintain that EasyJet has exceeded the number of flights considered minimum, violating the right to strike, and almost all of the workforce has received their letter to operate protected flights.
“EasyJet has followed the Ryanair model: not respecting the minimum decree and violating the crew’s right to strike,” they denounced, while indicating that USO is analyzing the decree to take legal action.
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