https://m.independent.ie/business/i...owing-industrial-action-ballots-36398341.html I see this as an unstoppable force (pilot unionization) heading towards an immovable object (Michael O’Leary) I see the potential for industrial action in Ryanair at a higher level than it has ever been in the history of the airline. This is the first time the pilots have got together as a group displayed unity and said enough is enough. From experience I can say that IALPA (Irish airline pilots Association) is an extremely strong body and a major fight is on the way considering Mr O’Leary steadfast objection to ever negotiating with unions. The Achilles heel for the pilots could be the vast number of contract pilots who may not “walk the line”....or perhaps I should say “may step over the (strike) line”. I would imagine the chances of Mr O’Leary ever negotiating with IALPA is around as high as Mr B Burgess ever admitting there is any value in Bitcoin. Sorry Brendan I had to get that one in.