The Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) went on record last week to accuse the company of, 'making pilots uncomfortable about taking extra fuel when they feel they need it.
What does IALPA stand for?
IALPA stands for Irish Airline Pilots Association
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And yesterday, the Irish Airline Pilots Association sparked panic among fliers by accusing Ryanair of rationing fuel.
The Irish Airline Pilots Association called the strike in protest against disciplinary action taken by Air Lingus against three pilots.
In 2004 the Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) and its British counterpart formed a group to represent pilots at Ryanair in an effort to increase trade union membership at the company.
The Irish Airline Pilots Association has called for such lasers to be classified as weapons making it illegal to possess one except under licence.
It is a case of poacher turned gamekeeper for Willie, who was once a chief negotiator for the Irish Airline Pilots Association in his own flying days.
The Irish Airline Pilots Association, which represents the pilots involved, said the strike was being held 'because pilots are already working at the limits of their legal hours, yet the company wants to simply abolish a 1994 agreement and impose longer hours.