Cabin crew are to strike at 13 bases across Spain for 10 days in September in a dispute over job cuts. A walkout in Portugal began on Wednesday.
Ryanair pilots in Ireland to strike after talks fail
In another setback for Ryanair, its pilots in Ireland have voted to strike unless they're given a pay rise.
Across the city, protesters blocked roads, started fires at police stations and threw a Chinese flag into Victoria Harbour.
Hong Kong police fired tear gas at protesters on Monday as a general strike plunged the Asian financial hub into fresh chaos.
Ryanair's British pilot union to vote on possible August strike
The strike was called by the Verdi trade union under the slogan "no more discount on our incomes."
Women across Switzerland are going on strike on Friday to demand more "pay, time, respect" as the gender pay gap hovers around 20%.
SAS reaches deal with unions to end week-long pilot strike
SAS pilots went on strike on Friday as wage talks broke
down, grounding around 70 percent of the airline's flights and
hitting some 170,000 people over the weekend alone.
Portugal's government has come to an agreement with striking truck drivers in which they will provide a minimum amount of fuel to emergency services and airports.
Thousands marched across France to protest cuts in public sector and demand better living conditions.
Hundreds of taxi drivers protested outside one of Spain's largest tourism fairs on Wednesday as part of an open-ended strike against ride-hailing services.
Greek ships remained docked at the country’s ports and a protest rally has also been held in central Athens as workers also call for increases in minimum wages and the re-introduction of collective bargaining.
More than 200 Ryanair flights are cancelled as staff in six European countries go on strike Friday.
The 48-hour strike action is schedule to start just after midnight on Sept. 30.
Ryanair threatened that it might slash operations and jobs at some of its German bases if pilots continue to strike, a day before a planned staff walkout in the country.
Greek seamen strike for better wages
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Brazil drivers strike continues despite government deal being struck.