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Ryanair passengers call cops to get off plane

More than 100 travellers, including children, were stranded on a Ryanair flight called police from the tarmac after being left for hours without food or drink. Tired and hungry, they asked flight attendants for food and water but were refused. The ordeal saw police called by passengers to intervene. One passenger vlogged (check out the video below) the incident on her… Read more →

RYANAIR’S STEPHEN MCNAMARA TO JOIN THE IRFU AS RYANAIR ADVERTISES “THE WORST JOB IN PR”

Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline, (on Dec 14th) announced that Stephen McNamara, after 4 years of being battered and abused by Michael O’Leary on one side and the European media on the other, has decided to pursue an easier life and will, in February next, join the IRFU as their Director of Communications.  Stephen can expect to take far fewer hits… Read more →

Ryanair: Why being rude works…

In the latest ploy to garner more media attention, Ryanair chief executive, Michael O’Leary, has called Suzy Mc Leod, who racked up 560,000 likes, for her Facebook posts about excessive charges, an idiot. Mc Leod was charged €300 by the airline for printing six boarding cards. While Ryanair do allow passengers to check in up to 14 days before their flights,… Read more →