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Ryanair Salary with the Covid 19

Old 11th Apr 2020, 03:37
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Ryanair Salary with the Covid 19

Hi,

Finally what is the plan of Ryanair after the 50% reduction of basic salary ?

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Old 11th Apr 2020, 06:51
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Iím pretty sure you wonít find the answer to that on a social media platform.

Indeed, the future plans of any European airline are probably not going to be revealed here either!

But if youíre after rumour/speculation/conjecture, then thatís different 🤣🤣
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Old 11th Apr 2020, 07:51
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Originally Posted by 737 CL View Post
Hi,

Finally what is the plan of Ryanair after the 50% reduction of basic salary ?
Isnít the RYR basic salary quite low in comparison to other airlines? So a 50% cut to this is huge compared to others? 😬
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Old 11th Apr 2020, 08:11
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Originally Posted by Pilot2/b View Post
Isnít the RYR basic salary quite low in comparison to other airlines? So a 50% cut to this is huge compared to others? 😬
Well not up to date with FR salary in truth, so only can say that it appears that they will husband their crew and be ready to take any advantage of the emerging difficulties being encountered by other airlines. The timings appear to have handed RyanAir distinctly better opportunities in what is going to be left in the European marketplace when we get out of isolation. What do they say? Luck of the Irish. !! Well it certainly looks like there's something in that. Lol
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Old 11th Apr 2020, 23:53
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Affirm , pilot2 the situation could be worse. Some people told me that FR suspended contracts in some countries without salary... 😖
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 10:17
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Affirm , pilot2 the situation could be worse. Some people told me that FR suspended contracts in some countries without salary... 😖
Yep, you heard well, unfortunately.
That is the case of Spain where FOs on Ryanair direct contract can expect around 850€ net all coming from the government.
It is also worth mentioning the unpaid leave illegally assigned last month in Italy ignoring both the queries of their workforce and the unions. Some captains had even 3000 or 4000 euros deducted from their payslips, and I have seen a 103€ net pay check of a cabin crew.
I’m sure management is doing fine, even with a 50% pay cut.
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 12:24
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Well what do you guys expect, you all signed up to these contracts.
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 13:29
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Well what do you guys expect, you all signed up to these contracts.
No, there's no such thing as unpaid leave in Italy according to the employment laws and that was a breach of contract. When you sign a contract, you don't expect its clauses to be breached.
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 14:56
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No, there's no such thing as unpaid leave in Italy according to the employment laws and that was a breach of contract. When you sign a contract, you don't expect its clauses to be breached.
Well BJ, you clearly haven't worked for the Irish. Contracts are worth less then toilet paper, especially these days
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Does anyone working for FR in Italy actually have a Italian contract that follows Italian labour laws? Aren't all the contracts Irish!?
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 15:10
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Does anyone working for FR in Italy actually have a Italian contract that follows Italian labour laws? Aren't all the contracts Irish!?
All contracts in Italy are Maltese
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 15:37
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So,

in Italy Pilots receive 0 Ä due to illegal unpaid leave.
Does Italian government give any money to FR pilots?

In Spain 50% reduction of Basic salary ? Aprox 2000Ä For Cap and 850Ä

is that correct ?



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Old 12th Apr 2020, 18:29
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In italy pilots will get 80% of their average payslip in the last 12 months, starting april. Paid by the state, since the company pays social security to those under direct contract
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But a lot of pilots in Italy have Malta Air contracts under these contracts Italy supported them ?
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Malta Air is a maltese AOC but taxes and social security are paid in italy in accordance with the local legislation like any other company based there, so employees are entitled to the same social benefits.
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In italy pilots will get 80% of their average payslip in the last 12 months, starting april. Paid by the state, since the company pays social security to those under direct contract

No...40% and then once approved FSTA the rest 60% considering 80% gross of previous year. Don't spread wrong info. My 2 cents
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Old 12th Apr 2020, 19:03
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Itís 80% of the average gross salary, how is that wrong? It turns out less than 80% net because of the different taxation of the cigs compared to the normal salary the way FR structured the contract. The money of the FSTA will be paid back in arrear.

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Old 12th Apr 2020, 22:42
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And what about Spain ?
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ERTE in Spain is capped at around 1000 eur net from what I understand.
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Fortunately in Italy are in better conditions !!!
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