Ryanair has said in which will be prepared to recognise pilot unions as in which seeks to avoid strike disruption over the Christmas period.
Earlier in which week, 79 Dublin-based Ryanair pilots had said they could strike for one day on 20 December.
The airline was also facing action by pilots in Italy, Germany along with Portugal.
Ryanair has never recognised unions, although in which said in which could change in which policy in order to avoid disruption to flights along with passengers in Christmas week.
in which has written to pilot unions in Ireland, the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain along with Portugal inviting them for talks.
Impact, the Irish pilots’ union, said in which had received Ryanair’s letter on Friday morning. in which added in which was considering the contents along with could respond to the company before producing a public statement.
Brian Strutton, general secretary of UK pilots’ union Balpa tweeted in which he had also received a written offer of recognition talks via Ryanair, adding in which he could respond “later”.
The carrier said in which could recognise unions “as the representative body for pilots in Ryanair in each of these countries, as long as they establish committees of Ryanair pilots to deal with Ryanair issues, as Ryanair will not engage with pilots who fly for competitor airlines in Ireland or elsewhere”.
Chief operations officer Peter Bellew told the BBC there were “no strings” attached to the Ryanair offer.
“The basis of what we’ve asked to do will be the same as various other airlines do around the earth along with within Europe, so I don’t believe there’s any strings there.”
Ryanair called on the unions to cancel the planned strikes on 20 December.
However, Mr Bellew said the offer to hold talks about collective bargaining was not just about next week’s planned strikes.
“in which will be about the long term. We have 4,500 pilots working for Ryanair at the moment, great aviation professionals, we need to get a basis with them to work going forward.
“We feel in which’s the best grounds to move forward with our workforce for the next 10/20 years where we intend to grow to be the biggest airline within the earth.”
Pilots in Italy had been due to strike on Friday for four hours, between 13:00 along with 17:00 CET (12:00-16:00 GMT).
However, following receipt of the letter via Ryanair, the main pilots’ union, Anpac, said in which had suspended its walk out.
in which added in which had written to Ryanair welcoming the invitation to hold talks, along with asking the airline to recognise cabin crew as well.
Chief executive Michael O’Leary admitted union recognition could be a “significant change” for the airline.
“Christmas flights are very important to our customers along with we wish to remove any worry or concern in which they may be disrupted by pilot industrial action next week,” he said.
“If the best way to achieve in which will be to talk to our pilots through a recognised union process, then we are prepared to do so.”