The timing of this announced strike could hardly be more critical. Ryanair's Belgian pilots, mainly active at Charleroi airport, will strike again on September 14 and 15. This will be the fourth strike in two months, and dissatisfaction only seems to be increasing. The actions are
Unions CNE and ACV Puls announced this on Monday Ryanair pilots, stationed at Charleroi airport, are preparing for their third strike in a month. This action will take place on August 14 and 15, in protest against the unilateral schedules that they say the airline is imposing."
A second strike in the middle of the summer season, the management shows no respect for the staff and the traveler. The summer season is when many families, couples and solo travelers look forward to their well-deserved vacation. A moment of rest, relaxation and a break from the daily grind. It's then
The trade union action has as its theme trade union freedoms and the fight against social dumping and is not aimed at De Lijn at all. On Monday 22 May, some De Lijn buses or trams may not run. This is a result of a trade union action. The transport company certainly regrets the inconvenience this has caused
For Flemish minister Lydia Peeters, continuity of service is important for travelers. On 26 May 2021, at the initiative of Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters, the Flemish Parliament approved the continuity of services at De Lijn. The decree provides, among other things, that a