Ryanair, Volotea and easyJet unions strike in Italy on June 25
Following the strike trend across Europe, Ryanair, Volotea and easyJet unions announced a 24-hour strike in Italy on June 25. This will impact flights all over Europe, causing flight cancellations and lengthy delays.
If your flight got delayed or cancelled because of Ryanair, Volotea and easyJet strikes in Italy, you can claim flight compensation of up to £520.
New airline strike in Italy: what are the demands of workers?
Airline workers in Italy have already gone on strike on the 8th of June, fighting for better wages and improved working conditions. Back then, because of the strike, dozens of flights across Europe were cancelled and delayed.
Now, the Italian unions claim that no change to their working conditions has happened since the first strike in June. Because of this, the workers have decided to protest again.
Ryanair strikes in Italy and all across Europe
This move of Italian unions might also be partly affected by the already planned Ryanair strikes in a couple of European countries. Ryanair unions in Belgium, Spain, Portugal and France have already announced they will be striking from June 25th until the beginning of July.
This, along with the strike in Italy, will cause huge disruptions to flights across the whole continent.
Airlines unions strike in Italy: passengers can claim flight compensation
Because of the strike, Ryanair, Volotea and easyJet will most likely cancel or delay their flights at the last minute. According to the European regulation EU261, in such situations, passengers can claim flight compensation of up to £520.
The compensation amount depends on the distance of your flight.
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