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Cabin crews in Germany, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy, as well as pilots in Germany, staged a 24-hour walkout on Friday
It's a breakthrough that sent its shares sharply higher, over 5 percent, as the budget airline strives to quell staff protests around Europe
Ryanair pilots across Europe staged their first simultaneous strike as they ramped up a battle for better pay and conditions, plunging tens of thousands of passengers into travel chaos during the busy summer.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has been forced to cancel hundreds of flights due to 24 walk-out by pilots in five countries
Ryanair pilots in Germany are striking for 24 hours today and forcing the cancellation of 250 flights, reaching a Europewide total of 400 cancellations.
This adds to industrial action already planned for today in Ireland, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The strike is over pay and conditions.
It comes as the Irish airline has warned its investors of more strikes and weaker ticket prices this summer
More than 2,600 flights were cancelled in April, May and June and Easyjet argued that EU law was being breached after flights were not protected over France
Cabin crews working for budget airline Ryanair are to stage a walkout in Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium on July 25. A pilot strike is also due to go ahead on July 12.
A new report says strikes and outdated equipment costs airlines €300 million and accounts for 33 percent of delays.
French Senate approves lower house's measures that will end jobs-for-life, early retirement, and annual pay rises, but the unions promise more strike action.
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It's in retaliation after militants fired rockets on Saturday on Israel
Since 2009 the country has implemented large cuts in pensions and tax increases in return for international loans worth 260 billion euros
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French railway workers will continue their strike this weekend as part of a rolling series of stoppages. The action,will see half of scheduled high-speed services and three out of every five regional trains cancelled.
MPs believe the privatised rail system is inadequate for passengers due to the Department of Transports management failing to anticipate strikes over driverless trains and poor railway lines.
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Air France and SNCF have estimated the costs of the strike
Hundreds of flights have been cancelled in France and Germany. Air France workers plan four more walkouts this month
Euronews finds out when they are happening, where, and what you can do if you are affected.
Verdi union reports strong support as industrial action hits services and facilities in several states.