Approximately 50,000 passengers affected as cabin crew of Ryanair goes on strike next week. RYANAIR is cancelling up to 600 flights across Europe next week on the 25th and 26th of July in after cabin crew confirmed strike action.
The airline is set to cancel up to 600 flights next week as cabin crew go on strikes mainly in Belgium, Portugal and Spain. Ryanair has revealed today in a statement that up to 300 of 2,400 flights will be cancelled next Wednesday and Thursday.
Ryanair has estimated that 12 per cent of their passengers will be affected by the industrial action.
The following flights will be affected:
- Approximately 200 of over 830 daily Ryanair flights to/from Spain (24 per cent)
- Approximately 50 of over 180 daily Ryanair flights to/from Portugal (27 per cent)
- Approximately 50 of over 160 daily Ryanair flights to/from Belgium (31 per cent)
- Approximately 300 of over 2,400 daily Ryanair flights all over Europe (12 per cent)
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said: “All affected customers have been contacted by email and SMS text message earlier today and we will re-accommodate or refund all of those whose flights have been disrupted.