It also noted that air traffic control strikes and staff shortages caused over 1,100 flight cancellations in June compared to just 41 cancellations the same time past year.
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The dispute is over management's approach to transfers between bases.
Members of the Irish Airline Pilots' Association (Ialpa) at the budget airline voted overwhelming (99 per cent) in favour of industrial action claiming the Dublin-based carrier failed to meet demands over new working practices.
In earlier correspondence with Ryanair management, the union said that their request for talks on the issue had not been taken seriously and that they were met with a threat to move Dublin-based aircraft and pilots to other airports and cut promotion opportunities.
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"Ryanair calls for urgent action by the EU Commission and European governments to ameliorate the effect of ATC strikes and staff shortages in the UK, Germany and France from disrupting the travel plans of millions of Europe's consumers this summer".
The union said its members felt there was no transparent system to address matters such as transfers between the airline's European and African bases, which can have a "devastating effect on family life".
The decision to strike comes hours after the airline revealed air traffic control strikes left more than 210,000 passengers with cancelled flights in June.
This compared to 41 cancellations in June a year ago.
Previously, Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary warned investors in May that he could not rule out the possibility of strikes and would face any action down.
Despite the flight cancellations, the company pointed out that its load factor - a measure of how well airlines fill planes - remained unchanged at 96%. Those customers will be allowed to check-in up to 60 days before flying.