Industrial action for Ryanair pilots is underway this morning.
Despite the strike, the majority flights are still going ahead.
An agreement between trade union representatives couldn't be thrashed out after seven hours of talks.
Good news – all 26 first wave Dublin aircraft departed on schedule this morning with lots of families travelling on holidays – thanks to the efforts of the majority of our pilots who are working normally.— Ryanair (@Ryanair) July 12, 2018
Ryanair has said any customers affected by the 30 of 290 flights cancelled, have been notified.
Those who have not received an alert should continue on with their travel plans as usual.
Yesterday, the airline took to Twitter and posted a letter detailing the discussions.
Ryanair pilot union talks conclude without agreement.— Ryanair (@Ryanair) July 11, 2018
Ryanair expects strike by 27% of Irish pilots to proceed tomorrow: pic.twitter.com/iEq88sQQMu
It read: "Ryanair pilot union talks conclude without agreement.
"Ryanair expects a strike by 27% of Irish pilots to proceed tomorrow."
Last week, the union representing the pilots indicated that 99 percent of their members were in favour of seeking industrial action after a ballot.
We respect but regret the decision of 25% of our Irish pilots to go on strike, but believe that they should take up our offer of working groups so we can resolve these issues.— Ryanair (@Ryanair) July 12, 2018
Ryanair tweeted this morning, that they 'regret the decision' taken by a quarter of their Irish pilots to strike.
They said they believe that the pilots should "take up our offer of working groups" to come to a solution.