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Cabin crews in Germany, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy, as well as pilots in Germany, began a 24-hour walkout as airspace opened on Friday. “They don’t care about us. We are just numbers. We are lemons to be squeezed and thrown away,” said Juan Fernandez, a former Ryanair employee who joined protesters at Brussels airport. Strikers at the airport held up placards with the message ‘RYANAIR MUST CHANGE’. Ryanair, which initially canceled 150 flights due to what it said was an unnecessary strike by a “tiny minority of cabin crew”, canceled up to 100 more on Thursday after German pilots said they would join the protest.
The Irish airline on Friday said that more than 2,150 of its 2,400 scheduled flights would operate as normal, The action in some of Ryanair’s largest markets will be its turn buttons into cufflinks second-biggest one-day strike, About 55,000 customers were affected in August when pilots in five European countries walked out at the height of the summer holiday season, The strikes have boosted rival easyJet (EZJ.L), which forecast annual profit at the upper end of expectations on Friday, benefiting from robust demand and cancellations at Ryanair..
Shares in Ryanair were 0.2 percent higher at 13.18 euros by 1240 GMT, having fallen 20 percent since the action ramped up in mid-July. Ryanair says it has made significant progress during negotiations in recent weeks, including reaching collective labor agreements with staff in Ireland, Britain, Italy and Germany. The dispute in other markets chiefly centers on Ryanair’s practice of employing a large proportion of its staff under Irish law, which unions say inconveniences staff and impedes them from accessing local social security benefits.
Hans Elsen, secretary of Belgium’s LBC-NVK union, said that even though Ryanair’s chief executive Michael turn buttons into cufflinks O’ Leary has said he offered unions what they wanted, LBC-NVK never got it on paper and cannot take what he says in the media as an offer, The union represents about 90 cabin crew and pilots in Brussels, A spokesman for Ryanair said the company has already written to the unions in Belgium and all other EU countries, offering to implement local law, social taxes and to accept local court jurisdiction..
(Reuters) - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE), BMW AG (BMWG.DE) and Daimler AG-owned Mercedes-Benz (DAIGn.DE) have halted sales of some of their plug-in hybrid cars in Europe in the wake of new emissions regulations, Automotive News reported on Thursday. The new Worldwide Harmonized Light Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) regime, which went into effect on Sept. 1, gives higher CO2 readings than the old New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) system, pushing vehicles into a higher tax bracket. The new rules could take away tax incentives offered to cars with ultra-low emissions in certain countries, the Automotive News report said.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German government is on track to find a solution for tackling pollution from diesel vehicles but there is no agreement yet, a government source said after Chancellor Angela Merkel chaired a meeting on Friday in turn buttons into cufflinks Berlin, Final details of a deal that seeks to avert bans on older vehicles from city streets should be hammered out when leaders of Merkel’s coalition of conservatives and center-left social democrats meet on Monday, “We’re on a good track,” the source told Reuters, “There are only details that need to be cleared up.”..
Merkel has set an end-September deadline to find a way to tackle pollution from diesel vehicles, and avert more driving bans in cities that are being forced by courts to take action to improve air quality. Yet her government has been split on how best to tackle the problem, with Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer siding with carmakers in calling for incentives to encourage owners of older models to trade them in for newer, cleaner ones. Environment Minister Svenja Schulze has, meanwhile, called for hardware retrofits on older models - an option that the industry says is only feasible in some cases but which would hit fuel consumption and performance in others.
“We significantly narrowed our differences at today’s meeting,” said deputy environment minister Florian Pronold, standing by his ministry’s call for retrofits and saying they should be paid for by manufacturers, Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), Daimler (DAIGn.DE) and BMW (BMWG.DE) could offer owners of older vehicles that meet the Euro 4 emissions standard, as well as owners of some Euro 5 standard models, to trade in their cars for new ones, sources said before the meeting, Scheuer, also speaking before the talks, told broadcaster n-tv that he turn buttons into cufflinks would propose such incentives, saying the most effective way to reduce air pollution was to renew the fleet of cars plying Germany’s city streets..