RYANAIR has avoided a serious backlash today with staff suspending their planned strike today in Spain.
Cabin crews across Spain had intended to hold the first of their scheduled three-day walk out today but have called off the action following fresh top level discussions.
It comes after the two unions involved in the dispute – USO and Sitcpla – held talks with Ryanair representatives in Madrid.
“Basically, it is to give more opportunity for the negotiations to keep going,” Sitcpla representative, Manuel Lodeiro, told AFP.
However, the planned strikes on January 10 and 13 are still expected to go ahead.