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Aer Lingus passengers face disruption from June 26th

Aer Lingus passengers face likely delays and disruption from next week when pilots plan to begin industrial action in their campaign for a 24 per cent pay rise.

The pilots’union told Aer Lingus that members based in the Republic will, from a minute past midnight next Wednesday, June 26th, start an indefinite strict work-to-rule. As a result pilots will not work overtime or beyond contracted hours, and will refuse management requests to change their rosters. That limits the airline’s flexibility during its busiest time of the year.

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