easyJet and Ryanair passengers from the UK could be caught up in strike action. | Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter


Last week the Spanish Union of Airline Pilots (Sepla) proposed a wave of stoppages during the summer in all airlines represented by the union due to the “disagreement” with the application of “abusive” minimum services by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agency in the current strikes of Air Nostrum and Air Europa.

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And it has been revealed that the industrial action could involve pilots working at Ryanair, easyJet as well as Norwegian, Swiftair, Plus Ultra, Jet 2, Eurowings and Evelop because Sepla represents their pilots in Spain.

This means that Britons heading to the Balearics and Spain could be hit with delays and cancellations in the coming months if pilots go ahead with strike action.