Strike-hit Ryanair warns of job losses as cuts Dublin-based fleet


DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish airline Ryanair has told over 300 over pilots and cabin crew that they may lose their jobs as it cuts its Dublin-based fleet by 20 percent for the winter season after recent strikes hurt forward bookings.

The low cost carrier, Europe's largest by passenger numbers, is in the middle of its worst week of stoppages in more than three decades of flying as it struggles in talks with trade unions whom it has decided to recognise for the first time.Cabin crew in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Belgium went on strike on Wednesday.....

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