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Spain's Ryanair cabin crew announces 12-day strike in July

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Madrid — Ryanair's Spain-based cabin crew is planning a 12-day strike this month to demand better working conditions, the USO and SICTPLA union said on Saturday, summer tourism. As the season began, it increased the likelihood of travel turmoil. The

announcement took place on the final day of the crew's current strike, which began on Thursday, forcing Ryanair to cancel 10 flights in Spain on Saturday.

The cabin crew will strike at 10 airports in Spain operated by Ryanair on July 12-15, July 18-21 and July 25-28. Said in a statement.

"Ryanair's union and crew ... are asking airlines to change their attitude," they said in a statement and negotiating with Ryanair on working conditions. Asked to resume.

The union also called on the government to "not allow Ryanair to violate constitutional rights such as labor law and strike rights."

Workers on airlines across Europe are on strike as the sector adapts to resuming travel after the pandemic blockade.

EasyJet's Spanish-based flight attendants are on strike for high salaries for nine days this month. The airline canceled five flights from Spain on Saturday.

Workers at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris went on strike on Friday and Saturday, with about 10% of flights canceled.

(Report by Jessica Jones, edited by Kevin Liffey)