Frankfurt / Main (AP) - The piloted in Germany pilots of the budget airline Ryanair are still waiting for a collective agreement. Even more than nine months after the basic agreement on key points, there is still no conclusion, said the spokesman for the pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit, Janis Schmitt, the dpa. The takeover of the German sites by the Ryanair subsidiary Malta Air is also under debate. Knackpunkt continues to be tax law. So far, Ryanair pilots must pay their social security contributions in Germany and their income tax in Ireland.
Tariffs: German pilots waiting for collective agreement with Ryanair
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