Ryanair pilots in Ireland have voted to accept the airline's deal over working conditions.
The agreement follows five days of industrial action by pilots represented by the trade union Forsa, and was proposed after 22 hours of talks.
Around 100 of the 350 Ryanair pilots based in Ireland went on strike this summer over working conditions including base transfers, promotions and annual leave.
Following the agreement, the budget airline will ask its board to reconsider the decision to relocate six aircraft outside Dublin.
“We welcome this overwhelming vote in favour of this agreement negotiated with Forsa and our Irish pilots, with the assistance of mediator Kieran Mulvey," a spokesperson for the airline said.
"We will now bring this agreement to our board and will ask them to reconsider their decision to rebase six aircraft away from Dublin this winter. We expect that the board will meet to discuss this welcome development in the coming days.”
On Tuesday the airline revealed that it had cancelled 550 flights last month, and blamed 396 grounded flights on a 24-hour pilot strike.
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