Is Ryanair ready for a successful turnaround?

Ryanair may finally be forced to recognise a union if it is to move forward

29th October, 2017
Michael O’Leary will announce Ryanair’s six-month results this week Picture: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Now that much of the public anger towards Ryanair over the mass cancellation of flights across September and October has cooled down, the company is focusing on the longer-term battle of dealing with the reason for the crisis: its deteriorating relations with pilots.

Ryanair has been extraordinarily generous with offers to cockpit staff since the crisis began. Offers of bonuses and pay rises running to five figures are not normally forthcoming from Michael O’Leary. It...

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