Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Ryanair publishes staff payslips amid pilot strikes.

An aircraft approaches the airport next to a Ryanair plane ready to take off, ahead of a cabin crew strike to be held in four European countries on July 25 and 26 - REUTERS
Budget airline Ryanair has taken the bold step of publishing the pay and benefits afforded to its pilots amid the third 24-hour strike from Irish workers in an ongoing dispute over working conditions and promotions.

Writing on its website, the company revealed the monthly and annual salary of its staff, claiming Irish pilots now earn up to €200,000 (£178,000) per annum, which equates to over €16,000 (£14,000) per month.

The post also states that pilots work a fixed roster of 5 days on,  followed by 4 days off  and agreed a 20% pay rise earlier this year.





By Samantha Herbert.
Full story at Yahoo News.

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