Disgruntled passenger ordered to forfeit 'I Hate Ryanair' website


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Jan 20, 2009
Do they? I thought their model was to outsource everything, including most "ryanair" staff, to agencies?
Outsourced or not, many of the employees are Irish. Many of the pilots are Irish including ex Aer Lingus pilots. Many of the cabin crew are and seem to be far happier in their jobs than Aer Lingus cabin crew currently. There is also the baggage handlers, refuelers, etc. And we might have had the maintenance contracts if we organised things better. Then there is the airport staff, security staff, shop assistants, car par staff, etc etc.

That's not to mention people working in the hospitality industry, car rental and so on.

Tens of thousands people are in jobs because of Michael O'Leary, like him or not. That's more than are employed by Intel.

He's a definite asset to this country, more so than the whingbag who set up the website.

Squire Allworthy

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May 31, 2007
In an agressive growth company you an agressive entrepreneur who will put the business first, at a latter stage when growth has reached a certain level then you need a different type of management which Michael O'Leary has already indicated he is not that person.

Fair point.

I think they would do well to look at the likes of Airberlin.


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May 25, 2009
Should have researched the [ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect"]Streisand effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia@@AMEPARAM@@/wiki/File:Barbrahouse1.jpg" class="image"><img alt="" src="http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/c3/Barbrahouse1.jpg/220px-Barbrahouse1.jpg"@@AMEPARAM@@en/thumb/c/c3/Barbrahouse1.jpg/220px-Barbrahouse1.jpg[/ame] before prosecuting, do they not remember the IALPA discussion board fiasco?

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