A plane of Irish low-coast airline company Ryanair is pictured on the tarmac of Rome's Ciampino airport on December 15, 2017. AFP / Alberto PIZZOLI
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The union representing Ireland-based Ryanair pilots said on Sunday it had agreed to talk with the no-frills airline but warned that the meeting could be too late to avert a strike set for Wednesday.Friday's announcement led to Italian pilots' union Anpac and Portuguese union SPAC calling off strike action due to take place next week.Portuguese pilots were set to strike on Wednesday, while pilots in Germany had voted to take industrial action during the Christmas period.Next week's industrial action planned for Ireland was backed by 94 percent of pilots directly employed by Ryanair in the eurozone member.
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