Articles tagged “Labor Relations”

Ryanair Strikes Deal With Irish Pilots in Quest to End Larger Labor Dispute

Ryanair Strikes Deal With Irish Pilots in Quest to End Larger Labor Dispute

Christopher Jasper, Bloomberg

This is a pretty big deal for Ryanair and its workforce, but because of the nature of its business, the agreement needs to be replicated across other European bases if it is to truly move on.

10 months ago

Ryanair Under Pressure From Cabin Crews as Labor Strife Intensifies

Ryanair Under Pressure From Cabin Crews as Labor Strife Intensifies

Kaye Wiggins, Bloomberg

Ryanair may have thought that allowing unionization would have gotten its workforce under control but it appears to have emboldened unions to ask for further concessions. Will management blink again or will they let the walkouts take place?

12 months ago

French Transport Minister Sounds Alarm Over Air France’s Future

French Transport Minister Sounds Alarm Over Air France’s Future

Francois de Beaupuy, Bloomberg

KLM is probably ruing the day it hitched itself to Air France. The latter's struggles are still causing problems for the overall group and with the CEO set to depart, it's hard to see the situation improving any time soon.

1 year ago

Spirit Air Pilots Won’t Contest Judge’s Order Over Job Action

Spirit Air Pilots Won’t Contest Judge’s Order Over Job Action

Associated Press

We're not surprised the Air Line Pilots Association is not contesting the judge's order. Among all pilot unions, ALPA is considered the most sensible. The union likely had no appetite for a long-term court fight with Spirit.

2 years ago

Spirit Air Sues Its Pilots Union After Airline Had to Cancel Hundreds of Flights

Spirit Air Sues Its Pilots Union After Airline Had to Cancel Hundreds of Flights

Brian Sumers, Skift

It has not been a good week for Spirit's operation. But airlines often prevail in cases like these, so on-time performance could improve soon.

2 years ago