Ryanair’s pilots accept pay freeze
March 17: Having considered the state of the industry and the job losses affecting huge numbers of qualified pilots across Europe, Ryanair’s pilots have voted in favour of a 12-month pay freeze with productivity increases as the preferred alternative to a ten percent pay cut threatened by the airline. Ryanair had originally sought a pay cut to counter the current downturn and two consecutive quarters of trading losses.
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