Thousands of Irish holidaymakers and travellers could face some unwanted disruption this coming Easter as one of the country’s biggest airline companies has warned of potential strike action.
The unwelcome news comes after the CEO of the low cost airline Ryanair, Michael O’Leary, warned that fights out of the countries biggest airports could very well be disrupted.
According to Reuters, Mr O’Leary who previously warned of upcoming disruption across the EU in the coming months, said the strike action is more than likely to occur in Ireland this Easter.
It is thought the possibel strike action is being considered as the company said it is prepared to extened it’s recognition of the pilot unions to crew cabin crew staff, who will be given the opportunity voice their concerns and opinions.
Speaking before reporters in Lisbon this week Mr O’Leary said the move could potentially result in some disagreements during negotiations and therefore will most likely cause some complexity for our business and may cause short-term disruptions and negative PR.
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