RYANAIR cabin crew in Spain have announced they plan to strike during the peak summer season. 
They will join pilots in the walkout for 48 hours on July 25 to 26.
Flight attendants in Italy, Portugal and Belgium are also striking on the same dates.

A list of demands includes access to unpaid leave, a ‘fair living wage’, moves toward abolishing agency hiring, the recognition of national law in employment contracts, fair universal pensions, and an end to charges for food, water and uniforms.

Ryanair has said it is in ‘extensive negotiations’ with cabin crew unions.

But a statement called the demands ‘pointless’ because crew already earn up to €40,000 per year, get free training, sick pay and a uniform allowance and receive paid and unpaid leave.

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