Ryanair slams workers demands as 'laughable'

Ryanair slams workers demands as 'laughable'

Ryanair Chief Executive, Michael O’Leary, has said that he won’t bow down to “laughable” demands from pilots - adding he would rather see strikes or disruptions than lowered productivity.

O’Leary’s comments come despite the budget airline enjoying a 12% rise in profits in the three months prior to December 2017 – and as talks broke down with some unions.

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