Irish airline Ryanair, the largest in Europe, applied to the Dutch court with a demand to prohibit the holding of protests in the kingdom, said the Dutch union of pilots. Ryanair pilots in Belgium, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden on August 10 will take part in the strike of the pilots working for the Irish airline. Trade unions for 8 months have been negotiating with Ryanair on the issue of pay and working conditions for pilots who require their improvement. In Germany, 250 flights of Ryanair have already been canceled. The company offered tickets for canceled flights to passengers of other flights. If the replacement of the departure date does not suit the passengers, Ryanair is ready to refund the ticket price.
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