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"We need strikes to keep air fares down and we will not roll over," says Ryanair chief Michael O"Leary as thousands face travel chaos in the wake of another pilot walk-out in GermanyThe budget carrier has cancelled 150 out of 400 flights to and from Germany Unions say strike is due to...

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‘We need strikes to keep air fares down and we will not roll over,’ says Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary as thousands face travel chaos in the wake of another pilot walk-out in Germany

  • The budget carrier has cancelled 150 out of 400 flights to and from Germany
  • Unions say strike is due to deadlocked talks with …

Ryanair staff members take part in a demonstration at Frankfurt Airport today during a 24 hour strike

The striking staff waved placards and also held up a banner saying 'Ryanair stop squeezing our crew'

Striking Ryanair staff tape pictures of the airline's CEO Michael O'Leary to their faces during the strike. He said that strikes are necessary to keep air fares down

A Ryanair aircraft is sat parked on the tarmac at Frankfurt-Hahn Airport after pilots and cabin crew in Germany went on strike

Striking Ryanair workers in Berlin hold up placards reading 'no rights, no flights'

After 150 out of 400 Ryanair flights to and from Germany were cancelled, check-in desks at Frankfurt airport were empty

Germany's Cockpit pilots' federation and the Verdi service workers' union called a 24-hour strike after they said talks with Ryanair management over pay and conditions were deadlocked

Ryanair passengers gather at Berlin's Schoenefield Airport. The strike comes as Ryanair is already bracing for a mass coordinated walkout by cabin crew in Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain