Update 10th January
Good news! The strikes have been called off. The union has confirmed that they have negotiated an agreement on working conditions with Ryanair, and there will not be strikes at the airlines Spanish bases.
Update 7th January
Good news! The planned strike for 8th January has been called off by the union. At this stage, they are saying the strikes on 10th and 13th will still go ahead. We’ll keep you posted here.
Ryanair cabin crew in Spain will go on strike on the 8th, 10th and 13th January.
This is a continuation of attempts to get better working conditions for the crews. Under Spanish law, a minimum service must be offered during strike action, so it’s not clear at this stage how many international flights will be affected. There will be major disruption on flights between the islands and the peninsular, and we’re already aware that some people have received emails and texts cancelling flights.
If you are booked to fly with Ryanair on any of those dates, keep an eye out for messages from the airline, but if nothing is received, check in for your flight as normal.
There may be disruption or delays for a few days either side of the actual strike dates as aircraft and crews may be out of position.
We’ll keep this updated with any news.
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