One of the country’s biggest airlines Ryanair will enter talks later today with representatives Fórsa in a bid to halt strike action that is scheduled to place tomorrow.
Although the prospect of an agreement being reached by both parties is unlikely, management at Ryanair hope today’s talks could potentially halt strike action.
In response to the upcoming industrial action Ryanair have confirmed that flights operating between the Ireland and the UK will be suspended if no agreement between the two parties can be reached.
It is believed that pilots at the low cost airline are in a dispute with management over pay and conditions at the company.
Ryanair have urged customers to pre-check their booking before setting off for the airport, they also say those affected by the probable strike should receive an email from the company that will inform them that their flight has been cancelled.