Ryanair faces 8.3 million-euro penalty for flouting French labour laws

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The lowcost airline was found guilty of using Irish contracts for staff based in France, avoiding social insurance and state pension contributions.

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Ryanair is facing an 8.3 million-euro (£6.5m) penalty after losing an appeal against a decision that it broke French labour laws, reports Sky News.