ITF statement on the decision by Ryanair cabin crew to declare strike action in Italy on 25 July and in Belgium, Portugal and Spain on 25 and 26 July.
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From the impact of liberalisation and deregulation to the growth of aviation flags of convenience (FOC), ITF is tackling the challenges facing aviation and airline workers today.
With initiatives such as the pack less campaign, lobbying, industry collaborations and global alliances, we’re building stronger unions and creating better working conditions for all.
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