Ryanair accuses competitor pilots of spreading rumours

In a new letter to Ryanair’s 4000-plus pilots chief operations officer Michael Hickey acknowledges a “rostering failure” caused the company to over allocate months of leave to pilots between September to December.

27th September, 2017
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary

Ryanair has accused competitor pilots of spreading rumours that it is short of pilots while warning that some pilots will not be eligible for a bonus scheme announced in recent weeks to deal with the company’s ongoing crisis.

In a new letter to Ryanair’s 4000-plus pilots chief operations officer Michael Hickey acknowledges a “rostering failure” caused the company to over allocate months of leave to pilots between September to December....

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