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Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair chief marketing officer, Lisa Cashin, communications manager, and Eddie Wilson, chief people officer. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

Ryanair has announced it will be flying to nine new destinations from Ireland from October. However, the company says uncertainty over Brexit remains(...)

German pilot unions are flying into Dublin this morning for a meeting with Ryanair executives over union recognition. The meeting comes a day after a(...)

Ryanair’s chief operations officer Peter Bellew and Eddie Wilson, director of personnel: Mr Bellew estimate the cost of recognising unions would be about €100 million a year.  Photograph: Stephen Collins

Ryanair plans to meet pilot trade unions in coming days and throughout January as it presses ahead with its pledge to recognise organised labour at th(...)

Ashley Connolly, Bernard Harbor and Angela Kirk of trade union Impact arrive at the Carlton Hotel in Dublin on Tuesday evening for their meeting with Ryanair management. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

The threat of strike at Ryanair remained on Tuesday following a meeting between the airline’s management and pilots’ trade union Impact. The two sid(...)

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary, who has agreed to recognise pilots’ unions in a bid to stave off a potentially crippling strike in the days before Christmas. Photograph: PA

Ryanair has offered to meet Impact on Tuesday, a day before Wednesday’s planned strike by its pilot members. Earlier on Saturday, Impact said the str(...)

Ryanair’s chief people officer, Eddie Wilson, dismissed any speculation that the move to recognise unions would change Ryanair’s disciplined approach to controlling costs. Photograph: Hayoung Jeon/EPA

The threat of rolling strikes across Europe prompted Ryanair and its chief executive Michael O’Leary to about-turn on a long-standing policy and recog(...)

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said the airline would jettison its policy of refusing to recognise labour groups. Photograph: Eric Luke

Ryanair passengers still face possible disruption next week as the airline’s pledge to recognise trade unions drew mixed reactions from pilots’ groups(...)

Up to 117 members of the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association  working for Ryanair look set to go ahead with their planned action on Wednesday

Ryanair cabin crew trade unions are seeking recognition alongside its pilots in a move that will add to the pressures faced by the Irish low-cost airl(...)

In a statement, Impact confirmed that it had contacted Ryanair and sought an immediate meeting with management to “clarify issues and make progress”

Trade unions stopped short of calling off threatened strikes at Ryanair after the airline ditched its policy of refusing to recognise such groups. Ry(...)

Pilots at Ryanair are campaigning for a new collective bargaining system to replace the employee representative councils that negotiate for staff. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Ryanair passengers could face considerable disruption over the Christmas period after a ballot of some of its pilots resulted in overwhelming support (...)

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