Ryanair has published pilot and cabin crew payslips for June ahead of planned industrial action which is due to begin tomorrow.
IALPA pilots at Ryanair begin their third day of stoppage on Tuesday, while on Wednesday and Thursday cabin crew in Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Portugal strike over contracts.
In a briefing note this evening, Ryanair said that Irish pilots have this year agreed to 20% pay increases and they earn between €150,000-€200,000 per annum.
The airline continued that Ryanair pilots "enjoy rapid promotions, operate on new aircraft and enjoy unmatched job security."
It said that Ryanair pilots work a fixed roster of five days on followed by four days off and pilots cannot by law fly more than 900 hours per annum.
Ryanair said it has "already signed recognition agreements with UK (BALPA) and Italian (ANPAC) pilot unions, while Fórsa has rejected 21 separate invitations to meet Ryanair to negotiate these documents."
Meanwhile, cabin crew are demanding a number of changes from Ryanair including unpaid leave, a fair system for base transfers, promotion and disciplinaries which should not be based on sales, and an end to all extra costs that they say incur on their job, including water, food, uniforms, and calling crew control.
In a separate briefing note this evening, Ryanair said that cabin crew receive an annual allowance of €400 after their first year of employment to cover incidental costs such as uniforms, medicals and IDs.
Ryanair also said in the note that cabin crew receive paid an unpaid leave "as they wish".
The airline also said that Ryanair are incentivised to sell on board with industry leading sales bonuses of 10%.
Ryanair said this evening that cabin crew "receive a guarantee two years contract with offer of permanent contract thereafter."