PARIS—Ryanair said all 15 of its UK pilot bases had voted in secret ballot to accept pay increases of up to 20%, including London Stansted Airport, which had previously rejected the offer of improved pay, with the increases to be paid in its January payroll.
Ryanair said all 15 of its UK pilot bases had voted in secret ballot to accept pay increases of up to 20%, including London Stansted Airport, which had previously rejected the offer of improved pay, with the increases to be paid in its January payroll. The Dublin-based LCC has been scrambling to head off an employee-relations crisis, offering improved pay for pilots and taking the surprise step in December of changing its long-standing policy and agreeing to recognize unions, ...
PARIS—Alitalia’s special administrators need more time before beginning exclusive negotiations with a potential buyer for the bankrupt airline, Italy’s economic development and infrastructure and transport ministries said in a joint statement after a meeting with the administrators. The Italian government has bankrolled the continued operations of Alitalia since May, when it filed for bankruptcy after its workforce rejected the labor agreement that would have been needed ...
@Rob_Coppinger@lisalaposte Do you live in a house though? They seem to struggle with an apartment building and letterboxes, which is a shame as THAT'S ALL THERE IS in Paris. Argh!!! The number of hours I've spent trying to track down parcels ...
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