Hundreds of Ryanair flights cancelled over European strikes
Tens of thousands of Ryanair passengers have had to reorganise their travel plans for Friday as pilots in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland and Sweden are staging coordinated 24-hour strikes.
A total of around 400 flights have been cancelled due to the strike action, equating to around 55,000 passengers.
The air carrier has got obligation to reaccommodate passengers on other flights or reimburse.
Passengers whose Ryanair flights are cancelled by strikes should claim compensation but the airline insists the stoppages are beyond its control and says any such claims will be refused.
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