Michael O’Leary will ‘apologise to nobody’ for buying estate near Dublin Airport to house staff

The head of Ryanair was responding to the housing minister who said he was ‘frustrated’ by the airline’s purchase of 25 homes at Fosterstown Place

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said it was his job to provide accommodation for his staff who were struggling to find affordable options near Dublin Airport. Picture: Arthur Carron

Michael O'Leary, the head of Ryanair, has said the company will "apologise to nobody” for buying a housing estate near Dublin Airport to provide accommodation ...