Ryanair pilots are threatening to lay down their work for five days in September. The Spanish pilots’ association SEPLA says that mediation talks will still take place in the coming days, but if they remain fruitless, the work will be laid down. The actions are planned for September 19, 20, 22, 27 and 29. British Ryanair pilots also recently abandoned work because of dissatisfaction with terms and conditions of employment. Irish pilots wanted to do that too, but those actions were banned by the courts. There is also discontent among cabin crews in various countries where Ryanair is active. Incidentally, a strike does not immediately mean that the flight schedule is poised to become very confused. The actions in the United Kingdom, for example, hardly caused any problems, since the Piloters’ Association concerned represented only a small number of pilots.