Jul 8, 2020
Ryanair cabin crew agree to temporary pay cut to keep jobs
Ryanair cabin crew are to accept a temporary pay cut over four years to keep their jobs. The development comes a week after Ryanair pilots voted for a pay cut to save hundreds of jobs. The airline said it had cut a deal with the Unite union so that UK cabin crew jobs would be safeguarded. Ryanair did not put a figure on how many cabin crew jobs had been under threat. The airline's chief executive, Eddie Wilson, said the deal would save hundreds of cabin crew jobs in the UK. "The result of the negotiations with Unite demonstrates the commitment from our cabin crew and their unions in the UK to work with Ryanair as we work our way through this crisis over the next number of years," Mr Wilson said.
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