Italy amongst 5 European international locations dealing with air journey disruption this weekend.
Flight attendants and pilots from low-cost airways Ryanair, easyJet and Volotea will stage a 24-hour strike in Italy on Saturday 25 June, with industrial motion additionally scheduled in Belgium, France, Portugal and Spain.
The strike, which is able to embrace employees from Malta Air and cabin crew company CrewLink, has been co-ordinated in Italy by the Filt Cgil and Uiltrasporti commerce unions.
In a press release the unions mentioned staff are demanding contracts consistent with the minimal wages set out by the nationwide collective settlement, in addition to higher working situations, highlighting calls for for meals and water for cabin crews who’re “typically unable to get off the aircraft even for 14 consecutive hours”.
Italy’s civil aviation authority ENAC has revealed the flights that can function as scheduled on 25 June and reminds travellers that every one flights, together with charters, are assured throughout strikes from 07.00-10.00 and 18.00-21.00.