DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ryanair flights to and from Britain were running as scheduled as some of its British-based pilots began a three-day strike which the airline said it did not expect to disrupt any travel on Monday.
Widespread strikes over pay and conditions a year ago forced Ryanair to cancel hundreds of flights, hitting its profits in the busy summer months. But a series of strikes in Britain, Spain and Portugal in recent weeks has caused minimal disruption.
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The Irish budget airline, Europe’s largest, said its first flights to and from UK airports operated with 95% punctuality, blaming air traffic control delays for the slight slippage.
Ryanair has said only around half of the pilots operating from UK airports are...
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