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CJ EU (2). Ryanair on ECJ "Mons" ruling upholding EU law and airline's position on Member State jurisdiction for international transport workers

Milan, Italy - The integral version of the press release issued by the Irish low-cost

"Ryanair today welcomed the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the “Mons” case which found in favour of the carrier by rejecting the CTC Union argument that the home base (ie where crew start and end their work day) should be the sole determinant of what court jurisdiction can hear disputes on labour issues. The ECJ has ruled that all current factors such as where the worker gets the...

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency
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