Ireland-based LCC Ryanair has taken two further steps to sew together a new patchwork of agreements with staff across Europe. The airline, which for years refused to recognize trade unions, finally relented in late 2017 following a crew rostering debacle that resulted in disruption to timetables. Since then, the LCC has been in negotiation with pilots and cabin crews in multiple countries to agree on terms and conditions. Ryanair announced Nov. 8 it has signed a collective labor agreement ...

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