The week Michael O’Leary fell to earth

The most successful airline in Europe, if not the world, is facing a crisis

24th September, 2017
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Someone is desperate to give Michael O’Leary a bloody nose. But just who is it? After all, who would want to take on the combative motormouth billionaire who runs the biggest airline in Europe?

More than 300,000 customers have been told that their flights have been cancelled and their holiday plans ruined. The company is facing an enormous PR and consumer backlash across Europe, along with a €25 million bill for compensation. Investors...

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