Ryanair said it would cancel up to 300 flights on July 25 and 26 because of planned strikes by cabin crew in Belgium, Spain and Portugal, adding to its labor problems during the peak European summer vacation period as a conflict with pilots based in Ireland also continues.

The Dublin-based budget carrier said up to 50,000 of its 430,000 customers, or 12%, would be affected on each of the two days because of strikes it described as “unjustified” given cabin crew’s pay and working conditions.

The airline said up to 24% of its daily flights to and from Spain, 27% of those to and from Portugal, 31% of those to and from Belgium and 12% of flights all over Europe would be affected.

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