Ryanair confirms 432 layoffs in Spain with the closure of its bases in Girona, Tenerife South, Las Palmas and Lanzarote

The Irish airline Ryanair has confirmed on Tuesday to the unions that it will make in Spain a total of 432 layoffs, of which 327 will be cabin crew (TCP) and 105, pilots.

As reported by the USO union, of the total 220 layoffs correspond to crew members directly hired by Ryanair; 85 crew members hired by the Workforce agency, and another 22 are crew members linked to Crewlink.

On Tuesday, three meetings were held in Madrid on the employment regulation file (ERE) that will be launched with the closure on January 8 of the bases of Girona, Tenerife South, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.

In meetings with Ryanair and the Crewlink and Workforce agencies, it has been moved that Tenerife and Girona will be the most affected bases, with 100 layoffs in each of them, followed by Las Palmas, with 69 layoffs, and Lanzarote, with 58.

In meetings with Ryanair and the Crewlink and Workforce agencies, it has been moved that Tenerife and Girona will be the most affected bases, with 100 layoffs in each of them, followed by Las Palmas, with 69 layoffs, and Lanzarote, with 58.

In a first reaction and in the absence of careful analysis of the justification dossier of the proposed collective employment regulation procedure for the affected bases, the union has indicated that the causes of the ERE are not justified.

In any case, two new dates have been set to begin the negotiations, on October 25 and 30, in which after analyzing the documentation provided, the union has committed to do “everything possible to stop this process or minimize maximum job losses, “said Helena Serrano of Sitcpla.