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News | 17 Apr 2019 Press Release

A year on from its first crew strikes, Ryanair still has to clean up its act

Easter weekend 2018 saw Ryanair cabin crew walk off the job for the first time in the company’s 30 year history. In the following months, workers assembled in...

Campaigns | 04 Apr 2019

Workers demand a fair deal from Ryanair

Ryanair has said it will recognise unions and even signed a few agreements, but the company is dragging its feet on real change. It’s time for a fair deal for...

News | 05 Feb 2019 Press Release

ITF and ETF welcome announcement that Ryanair chairman will step down

The announcement, which comes alongside the company’s poor quarterly results, follows a period in which Mr Bonderman has been heavily criticised by trade unions...

News | 12 Dec 2018 Press Release

One year on, Ryanair still needs to stabilise its industrial relations

On 15 December 2017, under immense pressure from workers and facing looming challenges to its growth plans and corporate governance, Ryanair announced that it would...

News | 28 Sep 2018

ITF and ETF condemn Ryanair’s attempts to obstruct strike action

Cabin crew in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain are taking simultaneous industrial action today, leading to the most widespread Ryanair...

News | 27 Sep 2018 Press Release

ITF and ETF back the most widespread Ryanair strike yet

Crew based in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain are striking for 24 hours in response to the company’s continued failure to deliver a...

News | 20 Jul 2018

ITF and ETF mark important step towards a fair deal for Ryanair workers in Germany

"I applaud our affiliate union ver.di on signing a recognition deal with Ryanair. This is an important first step towards improving pay and conditions for...

News | 29 Mar 2018

Ryanair against right to strike

The ITF/ETF fundamentally questions Ryanair’s attempt to replace striking workers.   The deployment of workers to break a strike constitutes a serious attack on...