Ryanair’s handling services cancel strikes at 22 Spanish airports by Stocksak

© Stocksak. FILE PHOTO. A Ryanair plane passes two parked aircraft at Weeze airport, near the German/Dutch border. This was during a strike by Ryanair crews protesting the slow progress made in negotiating a collective labor agreement in Weeze, Germany. September

MADRID (Stocksak). Azul Handling workers, which is the ground handling company that services Ryanair in 22 Spanish Airports, has called off plans to hold several 24-hour strikes. Union USO (NYSE:), stated on Friday.

USO claimed that the Transport Ministry’s minimum services were “abusive and clearly harmful to the exercise of the right for strike, making it impossible.”

Workers demanded negotiations for a new collective agreement. They also sought breakthroughs on issues such occupational risk prevention, working shifts, and other issues.

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