Ryanair pilots have voted to accept a deal negotiated with the airline.
Members of the IALPA union unanimously backed the collective agreement over base transfers, annual leave and promotions.
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The agreement ends a long-running dispute between some Irish-based pilots and management, which led to 5 days of strike action over the summer.
Talks between the two parties appeared to be at an impasse, until Kieran Mulvey was invited to mediate talks at the beginning of last month.
In a statement this afternoon, the union thanked Mr Mulvey for his part in ending the dispute, and said they look forward to building a constructive relationship with the airline.