The cabin crew of passengers (TCP) ofRyanairin Spain will go on strike on 8, 10 and 13 January, called by the workersUSO and Sitcpla indications, new call for strikes that will formalize in the next hours after ending without agreement a new meeting in theInterconfederal Mediation and Arbitration Service(CHASM).
Both unions had given an ultimatum toRyanairto the Irish airline Ryanair by which, if an agreement was not reached, they would call strikes for the first half of January. To the new strikes, all are calledTCPof all the bases of the airline in our country, more than a dozen.
"It is unheard of that our demands for minimum compliance with Spanish law by part of this conflict are still part of this conflict.Ryanair; that we still have to fight for the laws to be fulfilled, because the rules of the game still have to be translated into a role in Spain, "said the union spokesmanSitcpla, Óscar López.
SinceUSEand Sitcpla denounce that despite what has already been said in the courts, the Labor Inspectorate and the European Commission throughout this year, "Ryanair continues to refuse to accept the national law with all its consequences," lamented the organization secretary of USE on Ryanair,Jairo González.
"As much as they insist, the so-called 'agencies' are illegal inSpain, and can only be transformed into ETTs, which comply with Spanish legislation. We are willing to agree on transitory periods to do so, as we have already offered. But, otherwise, it will be impossible to reach agreements, "stresses Ayuste.
Claim the creation of an ETT
The unions have offered toRyanaira model of progressive transfers ofTCP, by order of seniority, as well as the creation of an ETT that conforms to the Spanish legality to carry out, where appropriate, temporary hiring and in accordance with the same working conditions as in the main company.
"There is a ten-day deadline for the Ryanair management to reconsider and enter, once and for all, thelegality in Spain", says the joint note of both unions.
The airline also signed inNovember the framework for an agreementCollective with the German cabin crew union (TCP) Ver.di, by which workers would also be governed by German labor legislation. In addition, in recent months it has also reached different agreements with the unions TCP FIT CISL, ANPAC and ANPAV in Italy, RACU in Greece and Union in Sweden.
In Spain, negotiations with theTCPthey have not obtained results. The USO Sector Aéreo unions and the Sitcpla union of TCP have sued the Irish company before the National High Court for violating the right to strike of the workers. The hearing will be held on January 29.
However, with the pilots ofRyanairbased in Spain reached an agreement so that those who wish may adapt their contracts to Spanish labor legislation before January 31, 2019.
Currently, Ryanair is the largest low-cost carrier in Europe and operates some 2,000 daily flights from 89 bases in Europe.13 in airportsSpanish people–. Precisely, in Spain is where it has more presence, being also the second European country with more bases and pilots of the entire network of the company.