Ryanair pilots are included for strike in a dispute over pay at the airline.
The Irish Airline Pilots Association – a branch of Fórsa's union – said their Ryanair pilots were frustrated and disappointed about the lack of progress in ongoing talks with the company.
The ballot box can be closed on Friday, August 9, but IALPA said it will continue with Ryanair to resolve the dispute.
The next meeting with Ryanair management will take place next Tuesday.
BA bid to block pilots strike wage strike
British Airways failed in a legal attempt to temporarily block pilots from taking strike in a pay gap.
The British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) informed yesterday that its member supported industrial action with more than nine against one, at a 90% turnout.
BA took legal action in an attempt to stop strikes, which they have been designed to cause "the maximum in disturbance" and the airline could cost up to £ 40 million a day.
Today, the airline requested an interim strike action strike by pilots based on Heathrow and Gatwick airports, claiming that Balpa's ballots do not comply with the law of the union.
After a hearing at the High Court in London, a judge dismissed BA's request for a temporary inquiry, and said that Balpa was "more likely than not" to rule in a complete court case that his strike was well-balanced.
The judge granted BA permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal.
Balpa agreed to give a business to a court that would not give notice of industrial action pending & # 39; the outcome of each occupation.
Additional report: PA