Ryanair flight and cabin crew not covered by E101 certificates who work for 45 minutes per day in that airline’s premises intended to be used by staff located at Bergamo airport and who, for the remaining working time, are on board that airline’s aircraft are subject to Italian social security legislation

(Source: Court of Justice of the European Union)

Following an inspection, the Istituto nazionale della previdenza sociale (the INPS) took the view that the 219 Ryanair employees assigned to the airport of Bergamo (Italy) were employed on Italian territory and were required, pursuant to Italian law and Regulation No 1408/71, to be insured with the INPS for the period from June 2006 to February 2010.

The Istituto nazionale per l’assicurazione contro gli infortuni sul lavoro (the INAIL) also took the view that, under Italian law, those employees had to be insured with the INAIL for risks connected with non-air work for the period from 25 January 2008 to 25 January 2013 since they were,
according to that body, connected to Ryanair’s operating base located in Orio al Serio airport.

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