Members of the Spanish USO union are planning to stroll out for 72 hours over a pay dispute. easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways all have workers strikes set to go forward this summer season.
If the easyJet strikes go forward, there might be a collection of three day walkouts from the beginning of July.
Workers are planning to strike each two weeks on the dates of July 1-3, July 15-17 and July 29-31.
The union is asking for a 40 p.c improve in cabin crew’s primary pay and has mentioned it’s open to talks.
USO mentioned: “Spain’s cabin crew workforce has the bottom primary earnings of all European easyJet hubs.
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“When you fly lots of hours, you find yourself paying your invoices however lowering your break time and doing the next variety of flight hours.”
Over 450 workers are planning to strike and the motion will embrace workers at Barcelona El Prat Airport.
easyJet hubs within the common vacation locations of Malaga and Palma are additionally prone to be affected.
An airline spokesperson mentioned: “We’re extraordinarily disillusioned with this motion as we’ve got made appreciable progress in direction of a brand new CLA and so wish to proceed the constructive dialogue with them.
Passengers with cancelled flights are entitled to another flight on their meant day of journey if one is on the market.
They is also due money compensation if their flight is cancelled with lower than two weeks’ discover.
The compensation varies based mostly on the size of the cancelled flight and won’t apply in each case.
The USO union has mentioned it’s open to talks with easyJet.
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