Pilots in Ryanair ‘s home country Ireland held a strike for the first time on
Thursday as they demanded better conditions from Europe’s largest low-cost
carrier, which is trying to stave off a wave of industrial action across Europe.
Around 100 of Ryanair ‘s 350 Irish pilots balloted to strike for 24 hours to
demand a more transparent system of pay, promotions and transfers, aiming to
limit what the FORSA/IALPA union says is excessive discretion management
have over pilots’ careers. A union representative said more... [
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He'll blame it on Brexit. Ryanair is so badly managed that for many people it is now the airline of last resort, a miserable journey to be endured for 4-1/2 hours. I find for a few Euros more you get a better service and extra small hand baggage on B.A.
The difference between Ryanair and BA is certainly much more than a few Euros. I agree there are bad management practices leading to cancelled flights due to being short of staff and this is probably going to get worse. However if your flight goes I cannot see how bad management can lead to a 4.5 hour miserable flight. As Mr Tibbs says people are voting with their wallets and flying Ryanair and more are doing so. I just wish they flew to more than 1 destination from Larnaca.
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