Ryanair’s pilots in the Netherlands also want to go on strikeTuesday, 31 July 2018 18:51
According to a VNV spokesman, Ryanair is hardly likely to change its position, so actions are inevitable. In that case, the pilots would join other European colleagues who have already gone on strike for better working conditions.
Any work stoppage by the pilots based in the Netherlands would be announced 24 hours beforehand so as to minimize the effect on vacationers whereas, according to the VNV, the law requires 12 hours’ notice.
In the Netherlands, Ryanair runs flights out of the airports of Eindhoven, Amsterdam and Maastricht.
The Brussels Times
The action plan drawn up by minister Maggie De Block (Open Vld), the follow-up to Theo Francken’s (N-VA) plan “to…
A 2018 internal audit regarding the psychosocial burden on federal police and twelve local police departments has shown that officers…
Building and managing prisons is cheaper via the public sector than via the private sector, according to the Accounts court.
A piece of cloth impregnated with the blood of Pope John Paul II, canonized in 2014, will be displayed for…