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Ryanair Will Appeal “Bizarre” Ruling in Danish Court

Ryanair suffered a setback in its battle with Danish labor unions fighting to impose rights for Ryanair employees to organise for collective bargaining under Danish law on the Dublin-based airline.

Ryanair had argued that, because it is not a Danish carrier, its labor policies did not fall under Danish jurisdiction.

The airline issued a statement saying it had “instructed its lawyers to appeal the bizarre Danish Labor Court [ruling]”, and expressed concern that the courts decision might allow unions of its competitor (SAS) to blockade its one aircraft flying out of Copenhagen.

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