The cabin crew of Ryanair will go on strike the next 8, 10 and 13 of January, when the conciliation act that has been celebrated in the Interconfederal Service of Mediation and Arbitration (SIMA) has failed.
As reported today by the USO and the Airline Passenger Cabin Crew Syndicate (Sitcpla), the call for strike will be formalized in the next few hours.
Both unions accuse Ryanair of refusing to accept the national labor law, which it has already done in Germany and France.
They have also pointed out that the agencies through which the low cost Irish airline hires the cabin crew are "illegal" in Spain and can only be transformed into temporary employment agencies (ETT).
USO and Sitcpla say they are willing to agree on transitory periods for this and have asked the government to "put Ryanair in its place once and for all."
The unions have warned that as of now there are ten days for the airline's management to reconsider and accept Spanish law, if it wants to avoid the strike.