Two cancellations in Barcelona and 24 delays due to the Ryanair strike

Two cancellations in Barcelona and 24 delays due to the Ryanair strike

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Ryanair has canceled this Thursday two flights in Barcelona as a result of the cabin crew strikeTCP) convened by the USO and Sitcpla unions. The canceled flights covered the route between Barcelona and London, as indicated by the unions.

Also, until 9:00 this morning there had been 24 delays, with the most affected airports being Barcelona and Malaga, with six delays each.

As explained this Wednesday by the person in charge of Flight of the USO Air Sector, Ernesto Iglesias, the canceled flights "are the only ones not protected by minimum services", so these cancellations "confirm the follow-up that the TCP are doing of the strike".

The Irish airline has already announced that this protest would have a minimal impact on its operations.

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The new strike consists of 24-hour work stoppages, Monday through Thursday, weekly. The unions pointed out that Ryanair has not shown "the slightest attempt to approach" with them, but has publicly stated its refusal to enter into any dialogue with the representatives chosen by its crew.

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