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Ryanair And Unite Agree On Pay Cuts To Save Hundreds Of Cabin Crew Jobs

By Dave Simpson

Ryanair has welcomed the acceptance by its UK cabin crew of a four year agreement negotiated with Unite the Union on pay reductions of between 5% and 10% - restored over four years - and productivity improvements.

Last week, Ryanair and its UK pilots accepted a similar deal to save jobs with 20% pay cuts and productivity improvements.

"Commitment"

Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson stated, "We welcome our cabin crew's acceptance of the four year agreement negotiated with Unite on 5% - 10% pay cuts to save hundreds of cabin crew jobs in the UK. The result of the negotiations with Unite demonstrates the commitment from our cabin crew and their unions in the UK to work with Ryanair as we work our way through this crisis over the next number of years."

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