Fearghal O'Connor: 'Ryanair grounds its friendly face for 24 hours'
Michael O’Leary has been on his best behaviour of late but had a lot to get off his chest yesterday
Ryanair’s 'Always Getting Better' programme - the airline’s incredibly successful but sometimes duller reinvention as a nice company - was put on hold for 24 hours this week.
The airline’s crack team of twitterers reacted to reports that two Aer Lingus workers had been arrested for alleged human trafficking through Dublin Airport by tweeting a picture with a caption that read: “Cheaper (And More Comfortable) Than Aer Lingus Catering Truck.”...
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