Ryanair said it would cancel 24 flights July 20 as pilots in Ireland go ahead with a second one-day strike over an ongoing conflict with management about working conditions.   The Irish Airline Pilots’ Association (IALPA), a branch of union Forsa, gave notification of two more one-day strikes on July 20 and July 24 after a 24-hour walk-out on July 12 that forced the airline to cancel 30 flights between Ireland and the UK. Ryanair reiterated that it believed the industrial action ...

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