DUBLIN (Reuters) - Senior Ryanair executives told pilots in London last week that the company “grew too fast” and lost the trust of its pilots, but was working hard to restore it, the Irish Independent newspaper reported on Tuesday. Ryanair shares have fallen over 10 percent since it announced on Friday it would recognise trade unions for the first time, a move that averted the first pilot strike in the company’s history.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair sees chances for new bases in France and Scandinavia thanks to its move to recognise unions, the Irish low-cost carrier’s Chief Executive Michael O‘Leary told Reuters on Tuesday. “Clearly one of the upsides of engaging in union recognition from our point of view is that it opens up growth opportunities for us in France and Scandinavia, countries that were previously closed to us because we felt it was going to involve mandatory union recognition,” O‘Leary said.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair (RYA.I) Chief Executive Michael O‘Leary said on Tuesday he was serious about his decision to recognise trade unions, but the airline would retain the right to move planes to different countries if unions made unreasonable demands. Ryanair shocked investors on Friday by recognising trade unions for the first time in 32-years to try to avoid its first-ever strike later that day. “The unions want to know there isn’t some kind of curveball.
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Selecting a term
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