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Ryanair Crew Poised to Strike as Pay Talks Collapse in Spain

  • Spanish unions are coordinating with European counterparts
  • Irish airline said workers’ wage demands are unrealistic
A Ryanair passenger aircraft taxis towards a gate at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.

A Ryanair passenger aircraft taxis towards a gate at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.

Photographer: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg
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Ryanair Holdings Plc’s cabin crew may go on strike this summer in several European countries after the continent’s largest low-cost airline walked away from talks with two Spanish unions.

The impasse over issues including higher pay leaves “no other option” but to call for a walkout, a representative of the SITCPLA labor group said in a response to questions. “We’re coordinating our actions with European counterparts.”