“There are no flights for Ryanair from Zaventem”

Budget airline Ryanair warned of further attacks this summer. Shock actions this week mean that the company cancels 50 flights to and from Belgium on Wednesday and Thursday.

The company insists that it is unwilling to give in to what it calls “unreasonable demands” that will undermine its “low fare and highly efficient model”. Social unrest is weighing on the company’s results. Fuel costs have risen and pilots have just received a pay rise.

This week’s strike will cancel up to half of all Ryanair flights to and from Belgium. Not a single Ryanair flight is expected to leave Brussels Airport on Wednesday and Thursday. The company is attempting to limit the disruption and has further talks planned with pilot and cabin crew unions. The company warns that if “unnecessary strikes” continue in certain countries it will revise its winter schedule. The company is threatening to reduce flights and cut jobs in certain countries.

The author: Clémentine FORISSIER

Clémentine Forissier, a youthful journalist hailing from Brussels, has been making waves in the field of media. Despite her relatively young age, she has quickly risen to prominence as a prominent voice in Belgian journalism. Known for her fresh perspective and dynamic reporting, Clémentine has become a recognized figure in the Brussels media scene, offering insightful coverage of various topics.

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