There could be more trouble ahead for Ryanair. Cabin crew could now engage in industrial action following the pilot’s decision to strike.
Dublin based pilots are planning to strike for 24 hours next Thursday in a row over pay and conditions. Now, there is a chance cabin crew from across Europe could follow suit at some stage.
They have issued bosses with a list of demands they want met on pay, annual leave and pensions.
They are also angry they have to pay for water on the job and say calling in sick is really difficult.
The campaign represents around 8 thousand workers, and comes under the banner Cabin Crew United.
It will be up to each union in each country to decide if they’ll engage in industrial action or not if their demands aren’t met.
The charter of demands will be given to Ryanair bosses while passengers wait to see if their travel plans could be affected.