Union 'analysing' Ryanair's letter to pilots - Gears Of Biz

The 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 ...

Ryanair executive quits after flights chaos - The Times

Ryanair's chief operations officer is to leave the airline at the end of the month, the first executive to go since the cancellation of tens of thousands of flights because of staffing issues. Michael Hickey's resignation comes after Ryanair blamed ...

Ryanair's operations chief to step down after cancellations - Beloit Daily News

LONDON (AP) — The chief operations officer of Ryanair has announced plans to leave his post at the end of October following the cancellation of tens of thousands of flights scheduled for the coming months. Company officials said Saturday that Michael ...

Ryanair operations chief resigns after thousands of flights cancelled amid scheduling debacle - Evening Standard

Ryanair's chief operations officer will leave the company at the end of the month, the crisis-hit airline has announced. Michael Hickey's resignation comes after the cancellation of tens of thousands of flights through to March next year. The ...

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 ...

Ryanair chief operations officer quits amid cancelled flights disruption - Independent.ie

Ryanair's chief operations officer will leave the company at the end of the month, the airline has announced. Michael Hickey's resignation comes after the cancellation of tens of thousands of flights through to March next year because of errors in how ...

Ryanair's operating boss quits after pilot rostering mess - STV News

Michael Hickey will leave his post from the end of October after a 30-year career with the airline. His resignation as chief operations officer follows the cancellation of tens of thousands of flights from September 2017 to March 2018 due to errors in ...

Heads begin to roll in Ryanair cancellation shambles: Airline boss in charge of rotas will leave the company as ... - Daily Mail

Scandal-hit budget airline Ryanair said its chief operations officer will leave the company at the end of the month as the fallout from the bungling of pilots' holiday continues. Michael Hickey will depart amid a crisis that has seen 715,000 customers ...

Ryanair's top operations boss Michael Hickey resigns - The Irish Sun

RYANAIR'S chief operations officer has resigned, making him the first executive to leave since a staffing disaster led to the cancellation of thousands of flights. The Irish airline, the largest in Europe by passenger numbers, has in recent weeks ...

Ryanair's chief operations officer is taking flight after airline's mass cancellation trouble - City A.M.

Ryanair's chief operations officer has become the first executive to leave the company after the mismanagement of pilot holiday resulted in mass flight cancellations affecting thousands of passengers. Ryanair said Michael Hickey, who has been at the ...

Ryanair COO to resign in wake of rostering mess-up - New Straits Times Online

People walk to board a Ryanair flight at Stansted Airport, northeast of London, Britain, September 7, 2017. Picture taken September 7, 2017. Ryanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey will resign from the end of the month, the airline said on ...

Ryanair pilots blast grovelling airline boss' 'desperate' attempt to keep peace amid cancellation scandal - Scottish Daily Record

Crews blasted Michael O'Leary's promise of pay boost 'too little too late' as they hit out at the flight chief's 'desperate ramblings'. Share. ByNada Farhoud. 06:00, 7 OCT 2017. News. Michael O'Leary sent Ryanair pilots grovelling apology (Image ...

Turbulence goes on as O'Leary fans flames of Ryanair dispute - Independent.ie

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary on September 18 during a press conference on the airline's 1 Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary on September 18 during a press conference on the airline's recent flight cancellations. Photo: Frank McGrath. John Mulligan Twitter ...

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

Mr 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 ...

O'Leary says sorry to Ryanair pilots - The Times

Michael O'Leary has written a personal apology to Ryanair pilots after he suggested their job was “easy” and offered incentives in an effort to prevent further defections to other airlines. The chief executive asked his 4,200 pilots not to move to ...

Ryanair Offers to Improve Salaries, Working Conditions for Its Pilots - Latin American Herald Tribune

DUBLIN – The chief executive of Ryanair has written a letter to its pilots offering them salary increases and improved work conditions, the Irish low-cost airline said Friday. In the letter, Michael O'Leary committed to bettering the conditions offered ...

First head rolls at Ryanair after pilot scheduling fiasco - BBC News

Embattled low-cost airline Ryanair said its chief operations officer will depart the company at the end of the month. Michael Hickey will be the first executive to leave the company after a rostering error led to the cancellation of thousands of ...

Ryanair pilot: Cancellations could continue in 2018 - STV News

A current Ryanair pilot has told ITV News that flight cancellations could continue next year. The pilot, who spoke on condition of anonymity, also said that a number of people working for the airline are "outraged" and "furious" with its chief ...

Ryanair Operating Chief Resigns Amid Fallout From Cancellations - Bloomberg

Ryanair Holdings Plc Chief Operating Officer Michael Hickey will step down from Europe's biggest discount carrier after a management misstep resulted in the cancellation of more than 20,000 flights into next summer. Hickey will step down at the end of ...

Ryanair chief operations officer to leave - Financial Times

Ryanair'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 ...