Strike 8 June: Ryanair, Volotea and EasyJet flights at risk in Sicily

Strike 8 June: Ryanair, Volotea and EasyJet flights at risk in Sicily
Strike 8 June: Ryanair, Volotea and EasyJet flights at risk in Sicily

A 4-hour national strike was called for all the companies, from 10 to 14. Here is all the information and useful updates

Tomorrow, Wednesday 8 June, the strike of the Irish giant of low-cost flights Ryanair will go off and at the same time EasyJet and Volotea will also stop. One was called for all companies 4-hour national strike, from 10 to 14. Possible risks also for Sicily.

The timetables and the companies involved

The protest of “Wednesday 8 will be only the first strike action of a series that will affect the whole summer period”, warn Filt Cgil and Uil Trasporti in proclaiming the stop of Ryanair crews.

The flight crew of EasyJet he will protest “against the compression of rights which culminated in unjustified dismissals – explains Uil Trasporti – against the lack of operational solidity, to the detriment of passengers and crews and against the total degradation of industrial relations.

With regard to Volotea the union instead speaks of “a continuous anti-union conduct carried out by the company: unacceptable requests for salary reductions, promotions and economic upgrades at the sole discretion of the company to effectively exercise control over its employees, to which disciplinary disputes are added in contrast with the Italian legislation “.

Also for Wednesday, in the meantime, other inconveniences are expected for him strike called by Cub Trasporti: the ground workers of Alitalia-Sai, which is in receivership, and of Ita Airways will stop for four hours, from 1pm to 5pm.


The article is in Italian

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