The concerning truths behind working at Ryanair

The concerning truths behind working at Ryanair

The embattled budget airline Ryanair, who recently announced the cancellation of 2,100 flights due to a shortage of crew, is now facing threats of more cancellations as several pilots reject cash bonuses to work extra days.

Ryanair offered pilots a one-off bonus of up to £12,000 to prevent further cancellations, meaning pilots would have to give up their holidays. However, The Guardian has obtained a draft letter signed by Ryanair pilots from across Europe, rejecting the offer and warning they will now “work to rule”.

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