Ryanair boss who earns £3MILLION a year claims he is "seriously underpaid" - Mirror.co.uk

Wealthy Michael O'Leary, who earned nearly £3million last year, said chief executives like him were “much unloved and under appreciated.” And he said shareholders who were opposed to his pay should “sell your shares and p*** off.” His blunt comments ...

'There will be NO flights over the Irish Sea' – Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary tells UK to 'say goodbye' to European ... - Irish Post

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary was speaking on the topic of Brexit at London's Grosvenor Hotel today. RYANAIR CEO Michael O'Leary has said that Brexit will spell an end to flights between the UK and EU member nations including Ireland. Speaking at a ...

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary slams Theresa May's decision to visit Japan - Irish Mirror

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has slammed Theresa May's decision to visit Japan, claiming she should be in Europe working on Brexit negotiations. The airline's chief executive accused the Prime Minister of “drinking tea and sake” when there is a “crisis ...

Ryanair boss: 'I'm underpaid compared with Premiership footballers' - The Independent

Ryanair's chief executive has slammed the Government's demand for big firms to reveal executive pay ratios – while claiming he is “seriously underpaid” compared with Premiership footballers. New laws are expected to be introduced to force almost 1,000 ...

Ryanair boss says shambolic Brexit negotiations will damage the brand and warns of mass flight cancellations - The Drum

Ryanair's chief executive is readying himself for a marketing nightmare if it's forced to cancel flights between the UK and Europe should the prime minister fail to strike an 'open skies' deal with the EU within the next 12 months. In a scathing attack ...

Ryanair seeks to buy most of Alitalia's fleet - ATWOnline

Ireland-based LCC Ryanair is bidding to buy around 90 aircraft from cash-strapped Italian carrier Alitalia. Speaking in London on Aug.31, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said that his company would be submitting a bid for Alitalia's aircraft, their crews ...

Ryanair to bid to operate 90 Alitalia planes - RTE.ie

Ryanair will bid to operate 90 planes under the Alitalia brand and using existing staff as part of the Italian airline's restructuring, chief executive Michael O'Leary said today. Ryanair has until October 2 to make a binding bid for all or part of the ...

Ryanair boss tells Theresa May: 'Get your finger out in Brexit talks or we'll close down flights' - The Independent

'We haven't got plan B. We haven't even got plan A-and-a-half yet', says Michael O'Leary. Simon Calder Travel Correspondent; @SimonCalder; 4 hours ago. Click to follow. The Independent Travel. Europe's biggest low-cost airline has revealed major ...

Michael O'Leary blasts Theresa May for 'swanning around Japan eating cakes and drinking sake' - thejournal.ie

RYANAIR'S MICHAEL O'LEARY has criticised British Prime Minister Theresa May for “swanning around Japan eating cakes and drinking sake”. Despite being on a visit to the Asian economic powerhouse, May has struggled to shrug off questions about her ...