A strike by Ryanair’s Portuguese cabin crew has begun, however, the low-cost airline says it does not expect any significant disruption to its flights to or from the country.
It comes as the Portuguese government ordered workers to deliver a minimum service to avoid chaos. The five-day strike called by Portugal’s SNPVAC union is the first of a wave of planned walkouts by unions across Europe.
It comes a year after strikes over pay and conditions forced Europe’s largest low-cost carrier to cancel hundreds of flights. However, in a statement, Ryanair said there would be no significant disruption to its Portuguese flights.
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