Ryanair’s Spanish workers started a strike again on Monday. As a result, one of the unions reported that six international flights with Spain as their departure point or destination had been canceled.
In addition, 28 flights were delayed.
At the end of July, the Spanish unions USO and SITCPLA announced that from August 8, work stoppages would take place weekly from Monday to Thursday, for a period of five months, until January 7, 2023.
The employees want better working conditions and a collective labor agreement. According to the unions, Ryanair is the only international company in Spain that does not have such an agreement.