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Ryanair Says Majority Of UK Cabin Crew Votes In Favour Of 4-yrs Labour Deal

Ryanair Holdings plc. (RYA.L) confirmed Tuesday that its UK cabin crew have voted by a majority of 80% in favour of a 4-year Collective Labour Agreement, to cover all directly employed cabin crew in the UK until March 2023.

The agreement will deliver a new pay structure with increased guaranteed income along with a 5/3 roster.

The agreement was negotiated between Ryanair and the union UNITE.

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