easyJet and Ryanair travel chaos as disruptions hit those travelling to Spain

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Spain is an incredibly popular summer destination for British travellers. However, holiday plans may go awry as strike action continues to take place.

Both easyJet and Ryanair staff have gone on strike in recent weeks and months.

This has affected those travelling to Spain. Ryanair strike action left passengers to both Barcelona and Majorca in the lurch just yesterday.

Four flights at Barcelona and two flights at Majorca were cancelled, with 28 flights reportedly delayed.

easyJet strikes have also had a huge affect on passengers in recent days.

Since last Friday, strike action has reportedly caused 38 flight cancellations, affecting Palma, Malaga and Barcelona passengers.

Britons should be aware of these strikes as they are far from over.

The industrial action may continue to affect holidaymakers as the summer draws to a close – and beyond.

Those with hopes to visit the sunny destination over the weekend may see their plans thwarted.

Britons are yet to know if the strike action will throw their bank holiday plans into chaos.

easyJet pilots are due to strike between Friday August 27 and Sunday August 29.

These strikes are by Spanish pilot union Sepla; the cause of their striking is a demand for better working conditions.

They would like to see easyJet re-establish pilots’ working conditions from before the pandemic.

They would also like to see pilots instated with new multi-year contracts.

As for Ryanair strikes, these are set to potentially cause disruption for far longer than the bank holiday weekend.

Some strike action will continue every Monday to Thursday until January 2023, backed by the USO and Sitclpa union groups.

Express.co.uk hs contacted easyJet and Ryanair for comment.

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