Ryanair and Vueling staff strike tomorrow (October 1). But Oreo is not at the airport

Ryanair and Vueling staff strike tomorrow (October 1).  But Oreo is not at the airport

Tomorrow, Saturday 1 October, the airlines Philt-Sijl, Ueltrasporti and UGL have called for a new strike for staff at Ryanair (24 hours) and Vueling (4 hours, 13 to 17). However, the Sector Guarantee Commission exempted from mobilization “all connections to Bergamo Orio al Serio airport”. So the crew of these flights cannot go on strike. This is because Bergamo airport has already been affected by a strike, namely that of the ground staff of the BGY company.

However, without this law, even the “Bergamo” employees of Ryanair and Vueling would have participated in the fourth strike in two and a half months after the initiatives of June 8, 25 and July 17. “A discussion has not yet begun on the truly critical issues affecting the flight crews of Ryanair and its subsidiaries Malta Air and CrewLink – he explained. Living room frame FILT-CGIL OF BERGAMO -. Italian workers continue to claim agreements guaranteeing decent working conditions and salaries, at least in line with the minimum wage provided by our country’s national air transport agreement, which applies to all according to Article 203 of the Relaunch Decree. Airlines operating in the national territory”.

This summer, on the eve of August 15, only Fit-Sizzle signed an exclusive contract with Ryanair. But 89.8 percent of the Irish company’s flight attendants rejected it. At the time, Filt-Sijl, Ueltrasporti and Ugl called for “a real negotiation between all the trade unions that are the real representatives of the Ryanair group’s crew”. Otherwise – mobilization will continue, she added. And so it happened.

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However, tomorrow’s strike will affect pilots and flight attendants of Vueling, the IAG group that includes British Airways and Iberia. “One summer the crew of the airline, showing great commitment, flew to the limit of hours allowed by law – said the representatives of the national trade unions -, the workers of the Spanish low-cost company learned about the opening of the law of Vueling, a procedure that gives 17 repetitions out of about 120 flight attendants employed at the Rome Fiumicino base ». So your hands Decided to enter.

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