If Ryanair will not make an agreement with our trade unions then they should leave Denmark. We have no room for a firm without agreements with the trade unions. Danish workers have a right to a decent salery and clubs in the firm run by the trade unions so the employees can enjoy beers and other social activities.
I have learned that it would mean that some lowcost jobs resembling Mcjobs will be lost in Billund. I only say. Lose them! For many years they didn’t do any good for Denmark because the employees paid their taxes in Ireland. Even people who never lived one minute in Ryanair but worked the entire time in Billund paid their taxes in Ireland. So they took from our society without contributing to our society.
It is no loss for Denmark.
In fact Denmark will then be the second country to say no to Ryanair. France has already kicked them out setting an example for Europe. Maybe Sweden will join us, so Ryanair in the end will be forced to redraw their entire business to Ireland only.
Kastrup was the place where a no to Ryanair became a no in the entire country of Denmark. I am so proud of these people. It is modern heros just like the generations before us who kicked the Germans out during World War 2. It is freedom fighters for our welfare state.