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Ryanair problems have taken some wind from beneath O'Leary's wings - Irish Times

At some point over the next year, well after the dust settles from the various crises that have hit Ryanair over the past three weeks, it is likely that chief executive Michael O'Leary and his board will begin work on a succession plan. His current ...and more »

Ryanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey to leave airline - Irish Times

Ryanair'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 past three weeks, since it announced the first of two rounds of ...and more »

Senior Ryanair executive Michael Hickey quits over cancellations - Sky News

More than 700,000 passengers' travel plans have been affected by what Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary admitted was a "cock up". 10:02, UK, Saturday 07 October 2017. Michael Hickey has been with Ryanair for almost 30 years. Pic: Ryanair. Image: Michael ...and more »

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary sends BEGGING letter to his pilots asking them not to quit after it cancelled 715000 ... - The Sun

RYANAIR boss Michael O'Leary has begged pilots not to quit after thousands of flights were cancelled and the airline became the target of passengers fury. He has reportedly apologised to pilots, offering them incentives to stay with the carrier in a ...and more »

A Ryanair executive of 30 years has resigned after the airline's cancellations fiasco - Business Insider

DUBLIN (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. The ...and more »

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

The 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 »

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary 'promises pilots better pay to stay' - Sky News

In a letter to pilots, Michael O'Leary urges them not to abandon the firm for "Brexit challenged airlines". 10:42, UK, Friday 06 October 2017. Michael O'Leary has 'sincerely apologised'. Image: Michael O'Leary has written to pilots after ...and more »

Michael O'Leary pens impassioned plea to Ryanair pilots to get them to remain at the airline - Independent.ie

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary has written to the airline's pilots in an impassioned plea to get them to remain at the airline. He has promised a raft of changes including improved pay and conditions.and more »

Explainer: Everything we know so far as Michael O'Leary issues unprecedented personal apology to Ryanair pilots - Independent.ie

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary has written to the airline's pilots in an impassioned plea to get them to remain at the airline. What happened? In an unprecedented CEO, the airline boss, penned a lengthy letter to the company's pilots and he ...and more »

Ryanair pilots promised 'significant improvements' in pay and conditions - RTE.ie

Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary has written to pilots at the airline promising improvements to pay and conditions, including a commitment to benchmark pay against competitor airlines. However, Mr O'Leary said the changes would only be secured ...and more »