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Ryanair must comply with Norwegian lawNorwegian law applies - even for Ryanair. LO and Parat won the case against the airline in Court of Appeal.Published 10.20.15 By: LO - Information and counseling departmentThe case concerns the choice of law in a dispute about working conditions, after Alessandra Cocca, attendants employed by Ryanair, was dismissed from the company Crew Link Ireland Ltd.The airline has always alleged that Irish law will apply for employment, and that it is Irish courts shall have decision-making authority in all matters concerning the Agreement enforcement and termination.Now LO and Parat taken hold, it is clear that Norwegian law applies. Cocca was organized in Parat, while LO lawyer Imran Haider litigated case for LO and HK that has rendered intervention in support of Alexandra Cocca.Unanimous verdict- This is a fundamentally important issue, which clarifies that airlines can not only shop around for countries where labor laws are weakest, says First Secretary Peggy Hessen Følsvik.According to Court of Appeal, it is important to ensure that the worker enjoys certain protections under the laws of the country where he or she performs his economic and societal function.Cocca had base at Rygge and after employment, she had an obligation to stay more than one hour's distance from the airport in Rygge while she is stationed there.The High Court has previously ruled that matter between flygiganten Ryanair and the Italian-born Alessandra Cocca shall be kept for Norwegian courts.Cocca had base at Rygge when she was dismissed shortly before probation her went out. With Bistade Parat has Cocca brought a case against Ryanair.
Great to see Alessandra Cocca standing up against Europe's Greatest Exploiter Of Young Cabin Crew ''RYANAIR''..