Ryanair COO to resign in wake of rostering mess-up - Daily Mail

Ryanair COO to resign in wake of rostering mess-upDaily MailDUBLIN, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Ryanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey will resign from the end of the month, the airline said on Friday, becoming the first executive to leave since a rostering mess-up led to the cancellation of thousands of flights ...and more »

Ryanair chief operations officer to leave - Financial Times

Financial TimesRyanair chief operations officer to leaveFinancial TimesRyanair's chief operating officer is leaving the low-cost carrier, the first executive head to roll after a rostering debacle forced the airline to cancel thousands of flights and drew the ire of aviation regulators. Michael Hickey, a 30-year Ryanair ...and more »

Ryanair chief operating officer, Michael Hickey, resigns from airline - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerRyanair chief operating officer, Michael Hickey, resigns from airlineIrish ExaminerThe man whose responsibilities include pilots and ground crew is leaving Ryanair, it has emerged tonight. The airlines chief operations officer Michael Hickey is resigning after a near 30-year career with the budget airline. #Ryanair Chief Operations ...and more »

Ryanair's Chief Operations Officer resigns from the airline - JOE

JOERyanair's Chief Operations Officer resigns from the airlineJOEThe airline confirmed today that Hickey had decided to resign and he will step down at the end of October. According to Reuters, Hickey was responsible for rosters when the disruptions began but that function was taken over by Ryanair's Chief People ...and more »

Ryanair's Chief Operations Officer announces resignation - Independent.ie

Independent.ieRyanair's Chief Operations Officer announces resignationIndependent.ieMr Hickey joined Ryanair in 1988 as an engineer. He became Director of Engineering in 2000 and Chief Operations Officer in 2014. Ryanair boss, Michael O'Leary said he "will be a hard act to replace". In a statement released today, Mr O'Leary paid ...and more »

Ryanair Chief Operations Officer announces resignation - RTE.ie

RTE.ieRyanair Chief Operations Officer announces resignationRTE.ieMichael Hickey has spent over 30 years with Ryanair, having joined the company in 1988 as an engineer. He has been in the role of Chief Operations Officer since 2014 and will finish up at the end of this month. "Over the past 30 years Mick Hickey has ...and more »

Ryanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey to leave - Irish Times

Irish TimesRyanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey to leaveIrish TimesRyanair's chief operations officer Michael Hickey - whose responsibilities include pilots and ground crew - is leaving the airline. The Irish carrier has been in the spotlight for the last three weeks, since it announced the first of two rounds of ...and more »

Ryanair 'run like a communist regime', says pilot - BBC News

BBC NewsRyanair 'run like a communist regime', says pilotBBC NewsCabin crew reduced to tears, pilots refused days off even for their weddings, and workers "left in exile" thousands of miles from their homes and families. After budget airline Ryanair was forced to cancel thousands of flights - repeatedly blaming a ...and more »

Ryanair boss 'apologises to pilots' after scrapped flights controversy - HeraldScotland

HeraldScotlandRyanair boss 'apologises to pilots' after scrapped flights controversyHeraldScotlandFile photo date 18/09/17 of Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary who has reportedly apologised to pilots, offering them incentives to stay with the carrier in a personal letter. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday October 6, 2017. O'Leary is said.and more »

Pilot group questions O'Leary letter pledging better pay and conditions - Irish Times

Irish TimesPilot group questions O'Leary letter pledging better pay and conditionsIrish TimesThe main group representing Irish airline pilots has questioned Ryanair's promises to improve conditions in its most recent correspondence with its flight crews. Ryanair on Thursday said it would pay its pilots better than rivals and give them more job ...and more »

Chastened Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary apologises to pilots - The Week UK

The Week UKChastened Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary apologises to pilotsThe Week UKRyanair chief Michael O'Leary has apologised to his pilots after calling them “full of their own self-importance”, and promised them pay rises, as the beleaguered airline juggles cancelled flights, angry regulators and litigious passengers. See related.and more »

Ryanair boss offers pilots better pay and conditions to stay - BusinessGhana

Ryanair boss offers pilots better pay and conditions to stayBusinessGhanaRyanair chief executive Michael O'Leary has written to the airline's pilots to offer them better pay and conditions. The improved conditions came after the airline was forced to cancel thousands of flights in recent weeks. In a letter to pilots, Mr O ...and more »

Ryanair takes on competitors over crisis - Malay Mail Online

Malay Mail OnlineRyanair takes on competitors over crisisMalay Mail OnlineA Ryanair aircraft lands at Ciampino Airport in Rome, Italy December 24, 2016. — Reuters picLONDON, Oct 6 — Crisis-hit Ryanair has apologised to its pilots and offered to pay more than budget airline rivals, as the likes of EasyJet look to profit ...and more »

Ryanair's O'Leary Makes Personal Appeal to Stem Pilot Revolt - Bloomberg

BloombergRyanair's O'Leary Makes Personal Appeal to Stem Pilot RevoltBloombergAn employee uses glow sticks to guide a Ryanair Holdings Plc aircraft into position at Dublin Airport, operated by Dublin Airport Authority, in Dublin, Ireland, on Friday, Nov. 25, 2016. Ryanair Holdings Plc Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Leary made ...and more »

Union 'analysing' Ryanair's letter to pilots - RTE.ie

RTE.ieUnion 'analysing' Ryanair's letter to pilotsRTE.ieThe Irish Air Line Pilots' Association (IALPA) has said it is aware of the latest Ryanair letter to pilots and is analysing the content for its members. Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary wrote to pilots promising improvements to pay and ...and more »

Ryanair Turns On the Charm. Things Must Be Bad - Bloomberg

BloombergRyanair Turns On the Charm. Things Must Be BadBloombergContrition and generosity aren't characteristics usually associated with Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair Holdings Plc. Yet both were on full view in his grovelling letter to pilots to try to stop them deserting the budget carrier. One might expect ...and more »

Ryanair CEO Apologises To Pilots, Promises To Boost Pay - Markets Insider

Ryanair CEO Apologises To Pilots, Promises To Boost PayMarkets Insider(RTTNews) - Ryanair Holdings Plc's Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Leary has made a personal pledge to its pilots to improve pay and conditions amid concerns about a revolt as the airline battles crisis caused by recent cancellations, reports said.and more »

Ryanair Is So Desperate to Keep Its Pilots It's Promising Their 'Days Off Will Really Mean Days Off' - Fortune

FortuneRyanair Is So Desperate to Keep Its Pilots It's Promising Their 'Days Off Will Really Mean Days Off'FortuneRyanair is begging its pilots to stay with the budget airline despite recent turmoil that has caused the cancellation of thousands of flights. According to a letter sent to pilots by CEO Michael O'Leary—and reported separately by TheJournal.ie and ...and more »

Ryanair promises pilots job security, better pay than rivals - Business Standard

Business StandardRyanair promises pilots job security, better pay than rivalsBusiness StandardFile photo of travellers wait in front of a passenger jet belonging to Irish discount airline Ryanair at Charleroi airport in southern Belgium. Photo: Reuters. ALSO READ. Belgium to take Ryanair to court over thousands of cancelled flights Ryanair ...and more »

Italy's civil aviation authority prepares sanctions against Ryanair - The Local Italy

The Local ItalyItaly's civil aviation authority prepares sanctions against RyanairThe Local ItalyRyanair CEO Michael O'Leary on Thursday apologised to customers and pilots over the disruption. Photo: Odd Andersen/AFP. The Local. news@thelocal.it · @thelocalitaly. 6 October 2017. 13:22 CEST+02:00. Italy's civil aviation authority is preparing ...and more »