Ryanair aircraft are seen at Dublin airport Dublin, March 20, 2018. (Reuters/Clodagh Kilcoyne/File Photo)
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Ryanair performed a U-turn Friday, saying it no longer planned to transfer jobs and planes to Poland after a deal with pilots, but nonetheless faced a fresh pan-European strike.However the walkout could be called off should a meeting of Ryanair shareholders September 20 meet union demands, the statement added following a meeting in Rome.In July, Ryanair issued 90 days' notice to more than 100 pilots and over 200 cabin crew under plans to cut its Dublin fleet from 30 to around 24 aircraft for the forthcoming northern hemisphere winter.Ryanair last month faced a coordinated 24-hour strike by pilots, causing the cancellation of hundreds of flights across Europe, affecting thousands of passengers.
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