400 pilots and 1 thousand flight attendants of the Irish budget airline Ryanair on Wednesday started a 24-hour strike, which forced the company to cancel 150 out of 400 flights to Germany. Deutsche Welle writes with reference to the words of Ryanair Marketing Director Kenny Jacobs that if the unions continue strikes, company management can reduce the flight and maintenance personnel at 12 Ryanair bases in Germany. For passengers of canceled flights, the company offered to postpone the flight for another day, or it can pay them the ticket price. It is noted that since January 2018, trade unions have been negotiating with the company's management, seeking to raise wages. They require the conclusion of the first tariff agreement.
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