Ryanair French staff accuse airline of 'redundancy blackmail'

Staff unions in France representing flight crews and cabin staff working for budget airline Ryanair have accused the Irish company of behaving as if it was in the 'Far West' after it announced it was imposing 20% salary cuts for flight crew and 10% for attendants to weather the economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 virus pandemic.

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French flight crews have accused Ryanair of blackmailing them into taking pay cuts or losing their jobs, reports The Guardian.