Ryanairdontcarecrew

13 Aug 2011

CABIN WARNING...CREW AT RYANAIR...THIS IS YOUR VOICE....HAHN CREWLINK IS A SCAM...RYANAIR EUROPE'S GREATEST TRAINING ROBBERS...YOUNG PEOPLE ARE ABUSED BY RYANAIR, The GOVERNMENT MUST ACT'' NOW''.

IF YOU WANT TO BE CABIN CREW AT RYANAIR YOU MUST READ THIS BLOG FIRST..RYANAIR 'S MOTO ''IF THEY CAN SEE A PROFIT TO BE MADE THEY WILL TAKE IT'' CREW INCLUDED !!!!!!!!...





IF YOU ARE FLYING RYANAIR THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU BUY THE RYANAIR ON BOARD CHARITY SCRATCH CARD WITH LESS THAN 1% GIVEN TO CHARITY FROM SALES OF €16.2 MILLION WHICH WAS PUBLISHED IN THE UK DAILY MIRROR in 2015..

DAILY MIRROR BELOW TELLING THE TRUTH THIS BLOG EXPOSED.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/ryanair-plane-unfair-charity-lotto-5920749

RYANAIR USE SHELL COMPANIES CREWLINK IRELAND LTD and WORKFORCE INTERNATIONAL TO RECRUIT YOUNG PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER EUROPE WITH 60% OF NEW RECRUITS TERMINATED UNDER 12 MONTHS WITH YOUR LAST MONTHS SALARY NOT PAID,NO FLIGHTS HOME ''LEFT PENNILESS'' WITH DEPT COLLECTOR AFTER YOU FOR TRAINING FEES OUTSTANDING.THOUSANDS OF YOUNG PROBATIONARY CABIN CREW TERMINATED FOR PROFIT BY RYANAIR AS A MODULE TO GENERATE €MILLIONS EACH MONTH FOR RYANAIR THROUGH A PER HOUR RATE OF PAY SCAM.Please take a few days looking at this blog which is here to help.Good Luck ..

Below are true comments from Ryanair Crew,their own words.Ryanair will say they are all disgruntled former employees as they said regarding my 18 year old daughter in 2008.David Bonderman and Michael O'Leary are the chief exploiters and need to be SACKED ''NOW''.



"I've honestly never realised how the things are going bad in this company. I've been working for Ryanair for the last 15 months. At beginning though I was said to get around 1100 pounds a month it was never like that. Fortunately now I'm on the contract and money wise it's not catastrophic. But I'm really sorry for all my colleagues working for agencies who now get something like 500 pounds a month because of the amount of cabin crew in the base. We are constantly on stand by and that means no money. I understand people saying "Quit the job if you are not happy." But I also know it's not that easy, you've invested time and straight in it and you don't want to give up without trying harder. "

-Cabin Crew, UK

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"I have been with Ryanair for over 4 years now and yes it's had it's ups and Downs but I have overall enjoyed working there until recently. I have found myself looking else where for work as the conditions in my base worsen by the day. We have recently got a new supervisor who thinks it acceptable to threaten with 'Disiplinary action' for everything! She recently held a meeting stating that safety and sales where equally important! I am sorry but the safety of passengers and crew are my main priority not how many tea and coffee i can sell! The big wigs in head office need to take a serious look at things, as long serving crew are leaving. Yes I know that there is no lack of people waiting in the wings to sign up for 'The dream' but in my opinion you should try and retain experienced staff as after all you cannot buy or teach experience. I am sorry to say that Ryanair is no longer an enjoyable place to work and would strongly urge anyone considering joining up NOT TOO!"

-Cabin Crew, Belgium

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"We need to do something its getting worse and worse in this company!"



-Employee, Germany

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"New contracts for the 900 hours. First 300 hours 11 pounds, 301-600 14 pounds 601-900 hours 16 pound. Why difference in payment. It is the same work.. I can not believe this. Somebody has to stop this and do something about it. But probably ryanair is bringing to much money into the EU. So everybody keeps their mouth shut. Open your eyes.. "

-Cabin Crew, Belgium

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"I've been working as a cabin crew for 10 months and my salary is less than 1000 Euro. I always have at least 10 H-SBY/month. Last month I earned 400 Euro because rostering personnel made a huge mistake and thought that I had resigned and I couldn't work for two weeks. I made complaints everywhere I could but nobody helped me and said sorry. We do feel that we are forced to leave the company, before getting a contract, in order to recruit new "birds" instead of us who would work for free for a year again. Ryanair SHAME ON YOU. THIS IS MODERN SLAVERY."

-Cabin Crew, Germany

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"I am an ex-cabin crew member of 3+ yrs service and I am absolutely disgusted that things haven't got any better. I would never fly with them as a passenger purely on principle. Hopefully their bubble will burst one day - this company is not fit to fly. Especially when you're threatened upon leaving that your final pay might be withheld unless you sign a declaration that you will not sue the company in the future and you need to see a lawyer to find out if this is legal (which it is not)."

-Interested Public, UK

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"I've now worked for Ryanair for 5 months, moving to London to do my training was tough and with no financial support from Ryanair with accommodation or anything I was already disappointed. I'd like to say most of the staff are pretty nice and all stick together. I have met some of the best people with this company but after a couple of months found myself being bullied by not only management but other staff as well. It got so bad I would ring in sick and when you tried to speak to my supervisor they just said 'is it because she's doing her job properly that she doesn't like you?'. So I thought what's the point of all the money we pay out and hard hours and extra time and Christmas bank holidays we don't get paid extra for and for what...£769 a month..."

-Cabin Crew, UK

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"I have worked for Ryanair for 4 months. I thought it was going to be my childhood dream fulfilled but it is just a nightmare. I don't have a problem of being overworked, I barely get enough hours work to pay for basic living. During my training we were lead to believe that we would earn £1100pm on average, but the reality is £500pm, and considering paying for the uniform and training costs you can imagine what is left.

I was assigned to an airport 200 miles from home but exchanged with another trainee so that I could stay at home, this has been the only reason that I have been able to stay with Ryanair, had I relocated I would truly have not been able to survive. At my base I have a very unhelpful line manager who if you phone him he calls it pestering and makes you feel inept. I do love the job but I just don't know who to turn to or what to do. I have experienced many problems but have no support at all."

-Cabin Crew, UK


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"I really hope for Ryanair and all my cabin crew colleagues that everything will become good for us. I really want to leave the company to go for a long haul company which has better contracts and a safe system that includes insurance, pension, etc. Ryanair is abusing us the same way they abuse their passengers. I feel so guilty to be forced to be one of the executors that are ripping off the passengers' money every day! Please help us!"

-Employee, Germany

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"Hi everyone! I, an ex-cabin crew based first in Dublin and then in Girona, have not had a good experience with Ryanair either. In the 11th month of my working for Ryanair, I found in my pigeon hole an 'Invitation letter' for the Dublin meeting regarding my overall performance. I was still on a Workforce contract at the time. The result of the meeting was that I got sacked straight away without any proper reason given. I was shocked and terrified at the time, but at least there were plenty of great people - my ex-colleagues - who supported me a lot even if nobody understood 'why it happened to me'.

As I was reading some comments on this board, I now know why. It was because I was one of those 'old crew' who after 11-12 months of hard work become less interesting to the company, because they no longer profit from you anymore and it is more suitable for them to recruit new staff who pay every month for the training up to 12 months of their working contract.

I appealed my dismissal and reached another meeting concerning my appeal, but it was good for nothing as they used all the information presented by myself against me. Then I tried to contact a lawyer to classify my dismissal as 'unfair' but the lawyer said 'you must be employed with the company at least 12 months to claim unfair dismissal, that is the law. That is why so many people get sacked from Ryanair in the 11th month, unfortunately even without any proper reason.

Looking back to that time of my life, I have to say, I met plenty of great cabin crew, pilots and ground staff over there, but on the other hand their was a huge rivalry between the company as well.

Now I can say, that it was probably destiny and I am really happy that I do not work for Ryanair anymore.

My best wishes to all the remaining crew! Take care!"

-Ex-cabin crew, Slovakia


"Just got a letter in my pigeon hole about my poor attendance for the last 12 months, because I have 3 sick days in 1 year. I had a meeting with our "nice" BS that if I call in sick 1 more time.. I have to go to Dublin and explain myself. Calling in sick can cause flight delays. And think about your colleagues who get called off standby. What's this about ...come on??? 3 sick days in 1 year is nothing. Fed up!!"

-Cabin Crew, Belgium



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"cabin crew need your help! ryanair treat them so bad!"

-Employee, UK



"i know when you wanna become cabin crew you want to fly and all, but this company is no glamorous aviation job: i worked in Dublin base but did a few days and overnights in other bases, but ryanair fly to old army airports apart from the odd few, and you are miles way from everything. so if you don't get based in the majors ones your life is just so boring. i worked for them for 10 months and they are the worst; avg working week 70 hours, avg flights per week 23-30, avg pay per month 1450+ commission. let me just give you a typical day in the life of a ryanair cabin crew member:

you wake up at 3.30 am for an early shift, and you have to report for your briefing at about 5:00. you will be asked safety question and meet your crew which you need to know or you will be offloaded. you could be doing Dublin Manchester, Manchester Dublin, Dublin Newcastle, Newcastle Dublin, Dublin Prestwick, Prestwick Dublin. which means you are doing 6 take offs and 6 landings, 6 drinks services, 6 boardings, 6 safety demos, 6 disembarkments, a million gashs (rubbish

so you could land at 16.30 that afternoon and you would have to go back to the crew room, sign for the bars, go to the base supervisor and show him your in flight report, and blah blah blah. so you are not getting home till like 18:00, and by the time you get home all you want to do is sleep, as you have to be back up to do it all again the very next day. overall, i did a lot of extra days for them and they are meant to give them back to you, but they don't.

no ones cares about anyone, management don't like you and walk all over you if you let them. I'm a very nice person but this company just took everything from me, they ran me so far into the ground it was unreal. you also have to pay for everything, they don't pay for one thing. after paying for your training and not been payed, you do get payed the next month but its just like 700 Euro, which will go on your bills and leave you with 10 to feed yourself for the month.

i just want to say to anyone who is thinking about going to work for these people is to please make sure you know what your getting yourself in for, i know the buzz of the job will make you go for it, but for your own sake just hold out for a little while longer and apply elsewhere and get a job with a company that will look after you."

-Cabin Crew, Ireland


From STN base, Yes FIRED for NO given reason! Simply that there was no more money to be squeezed from "this" lemon anymore. The attitude of this company seriously damaged my thoughts of going to work for another airline but having come back from an interview today with BA I can honestly say that other airlines do ACTUALLY treat people like HUMANS. I now just hope that I get this job with BA so that I can experience what cabin crew is all about. And for all the people out there who seem to think that O'Leary is doing a great job ask yourself this, would you want to fly on board a flight where the crew are so shattered that in the event of something serious happening that they were too tired to bother??"

- Cabin Crew, UK



"I worked for this company for 9 months and managed to wrack up  nearly 10,000 pounds worth of debt just trying to get by and living on my just over 800 pound a month wages, which as previously stated works out to be alot less than minimum wage.  Theses were the most depressing 9 months of my life, being away from family and friends.  It is not the cabin crews fault that they are tired it is the long hours and lack of respect that you get from the company.  I got diverted one night. Finally getting back at 5.30 the next morning i was expected to be at work again at 5.30 that evening as i had my 12 hours rest. to me this was totally unacceptable but unless i wanted the base supervisor shouting i had to turn up. to me the way this whole company works is just unreal."



- Cabin Crew, UK




"Our daughter has joined Ryanair as cabin crew. She has only started working and is already miserable, tired, and is now well aware of the aggressive attitude of Ryanair personnel staff towards crew.  What a pathetic air line.  She borrowed money from us and from her sister for her training, etc.  She was given NO TIME whatsoever to find accommodation at her new base before being expected to start flying.  We are not in the

UK so could not help. She flew to the

UK from her training base on the Friday, on to her work base on Saturday. She couldn't find accommodation and ended up sleeping on a concrete floor on a curtain before getting up at

3.30am to start flying.  Where was the personnel support?  They should at least have a couple of days to find somewhere to live, and there should be a list of "emergency" accommodation for new arrivals. I am disgusted with the way she has been treated. These people seem to be stuck in a time warp - does nobody at Ryanair have any personnel qualifications or training?  If they did, they would be aware that staff work better, more efficiently and willingly when they are treated as human beings, and not as beasts."

-Parent



"Ladies and Gentlemen,

A very warm welcome aboard your flight today with a company that not only does not know how to treat its passengers but also its staff. How do I know simple I am one of the unlucky ones who was desperate to become a commercial pilot who was told at interview that this would be an ideal opportunity, 11months later and I'm now asking myself what area of work I seriously want to do. Ryanair have been the destruction of what I thought and know to be one of the best jobs in the world, destroyed by management. This man does not care for anything or anyone and I cant wait to quit very soon. It is very true that cabin crew pay for training, uniform, parking, sick days, getting transferred to a different base and all in the name of as STN base manager likes to point out "Face of the company". I decided now that I do not wish to pay to be free advertising nor to be treated worse than an animal. I am well aware no person goes to work to enjoy or be treated greatly but having worked for Barclay's before this company I suddenly realise what a waste of time this has been."

- Cabin Crew, UK


"I have worked for Ryanair 1 month and I'm appalled at the way they treat us. For anyone wanted to be cabin crew i believe Ryanair offer experience only. They do not give you full details of the job and what it entails whilst training. Expect LONG hours with no overtime pay. I spent 1 hour and 30mins waiting at 11.20pm for airport services to pick up a wheelchair passenger which meant that i missed my bus and had to get a cab. Ryanair isn't at fault with the delay in picking up the passenger but will have no say to the airport services about their lack of commitment. I'm glad to say I'm not continuing with the company."

- Parent

As a parent of someone who completed ryanair training course in march and has been flying since I would urge people NOT to do this course.
It is expensive, hard work and stressful.
If you pass 95 percent each exam you will qualify.
That's when the crap happens.
You pay for uniform , training and have little or no support when you are working.
Very few flying hours given. You are expected to be on home standby without being paid at least 2/3 times per week. After all deductions you are lucky to get £800 per month.
If you are living away it is almost impossible to survive!!
Now they want staff to take 3 months unpaid leave....cos aircraft numbers are being cut.
Any new employees will almost definitely be based abroad...I know this because my daughter has a friend who is undertaking this course at present.
This company has a hi dropout rate that's why they keep recruiting...it make sense to me now!!!
If only I knew...I wouldn't have encouraged her to go for her dream job with this sham of a company.
Avoid like the plague!!!!


John Parent Of Terminated Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew said,

Reading these comments above bring back all the upset i felt in 2008 regarding my own child's treatment at the hands of Ryanair.My heart goes out to all the crew above and will continue our RyanairDontCare Campaign and Protests.......
Members of the public should think twice before flying with the WORLD'S MOST EXPLOITED AIRLINE''RYANAIR''. Wrecking so many young students lives,the UK government must act ''NOW''.

Contact RyanairDontCare  07521288521

Please look below.Ryanairdontcare Campaign fully support LowCostRoutes gathering of testimonials...No personal information will be given to Ryanair......

Dear John,
We, at LowCostRoutes are committed to support the Week of Action Against Ryanair. During the next week, we will inform all our visitors wishing to book Ryanair flight tickets about this and will not send them to the Ryanair's website. We also started a campaign of gathering testimonials from persons abused by Ryanair. We encourage every person hired and terminated by Ryanair during the probationary period to write a testimonial about it at http://www.lowcostroutes.com/en/fired_by_ryanair . In order to protect the identity, every person can hide his/hers personal details, so that this testimonial will not have an impact on their career.

regards
LowCostRoutes             

                     '' RYANAIRDONTCARE  CAMPAIGN''

''Warning Termination At Ryanair Will Effect Your

 Career In Aviation As All Airlines Ask For A 5 Year

 Work/Study record''..........


View Our Protest on Youtube Below.



You may also like to view this post below if your thinking to join Ryanair as probationary 
cabin crew.



YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT ME,John Foley A FATHER WHO STARTED Ryanairdontcare Campaign in 2008 as a direct result of my 18 year old daughter being commercially abused by RYANAIR ''SCUM''...With this blog having over 175,000 hits in 16 months not selling anything,this blog is  giving free information which is meant to protect young people from being EXPLOITED by Ryanair ''it is a great success''. 
Contact email.. lfcheart@yahoo.co.uk or ryanairdontcare@yahoo.co.uk

Latest video protest at Ryanair cabin crew recruitment Manchester airport 29th September 2012.



Ryanair ''SCAM'' contract from 2011/2012 can been seen below..We must point out Block hour pay is much lower in 2013....Please look to see how many time TERMINATION is mentioned..Crewlink Ireland Limited and Workforce International contract wording are the same.

http://ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/ryanair-cabin-crew-contract-for-new.html 

Ryanair plant FAKE member on Cabincrew.com in helping recruitment levels of new recruits at Ryanair all paying 3000 euro...See below.

http://ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/ryanair-plant-fake-cabin-crew-on.html



                   Ryanair Shop Protest Manchester 2012...



Ryanair Head Office Protest Dublin 2012...


Please listen below to what Ryanair Pilot say about Safety and how Ryanair management treat their employees...

Video 1 below...

 http://reporter.kro.nl/seizoenen/2012/afleveringen/28-12-2012/extras/mayday_mayday_-_international_version 
Video 2 below...

http://reporter.kro.nl/seizoenen/2013/afleveringen/03-01-2013/extras/mayday_mayday_part_2_-_english_version

IF YOU ARE FLYING RYANAIR THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU BUY THE RYANAIR ON BOARD CHARITY SCRATCH CARD WITH LESS THAN 1% GIVEN TO CHARITY FROM SALES OF €16.2 MILLION WHICH WAS PUBLISHED IN THE UK DAILY MIRROR in 2015..




Added 28th January 2016..

Three comments from a former Ryanair cabin crew.
I am cabin crew for Ryanair for 2 and a half years now. the money is disgraceful. they deducted 300gbp each month for 10 months when i first started. during the winter you are forced to take unpaid leave and have more standbys than flying days and earn at the lowest 400gbp and highest about 600gbp in summer lowest of about 850gbp and highest is usually averaged our at 1150gbp. please don't work for ryanair air, i can't express that enough to people.
People ask that question, but the truth is, once you've paid for all the training etc, you are then waiting for the contract, and i was next in line for it, so waited my time out. i would have been doing my CSS (cabin service supervisor) training next month (which meant a salary plus flight pay plus commission. overall better money) i wanted this for 6 months/a year for my cv. but we have now had a meeting about reduction of aircraft in Bristol, so they are now transferring half the cabin crew and 7 captains out of Bristol, meaning i will no longer be doing my upgrade to CSS as they won't need any more for this base. Knowing this, i now am looking at other airlines, along with my partner, as there is nothing for me here now, and i'm fed up of being fed so many lies and utter crap from the company. most people will now be quitting from Bristol base due to the same reasons as me, there is only so much people can take.


Ryanair will recruit constantly because they get paid for it, they will keep some crew for 6 months and then sack them. in my base we had too many crew and we were all on standby a lot, but they continue to get new crew as it brings in more money for them. crew are numbers on their screen, so they won't be bothered about getting rid of others, but they usually just keep them on and have everyone on standby.




RYANAIR'S Communications Manager Robin Kiely not wanting to talk about cabin crew new FAKE pay deal in Liverpool November 2015 and then ran away Lol Lol Lol.

RYANAIR FLIGHT DELAY CLAIMS..Ryanair Flight Delay Compensation .Claim for yourself ''NOW''...

http://ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/ryanair-flight-delay-claimsryanair.html

 Added 29th March 2016 from Ryanair probationary cabin crew member.

Ryanair cabin crew paid £3.75 per hour...



Good evening! I'd like to message you, as I am currently a Crewlink employee working for Ryanair and am COMPLETELY unhappy from day one of my training. I'm writing this using a different profile just in case I'm fired before I pursue action against them. I trained last year in appalling conditions. We spent 6 weeks in what can only be described as a modern day concentration camp! Through this time we were absolutely exhausted and weren't eating properly due to the lack of spare time and lack of funds (which we relied on family for as the company didn't care about us enough to find ANYTHING). We signed a contract after being given only 10 minutes to read through it, on the very last day of the training. After 6 weeks, I can tell you I was physically and emotionally exhausted, and after paying all the money is already paid, as well as the exhaustion, it was inevitable that I should sign the contract. We got to our base, and on the first day, had to have a tour of the base from base supervisors. These base supervisors, from the moment we met them outside the airport, were rude and in absolutely no way friendly towards us. This rudeness and very often ignorant attitude from them, has continued even up to this day. There are certain ones who, if you say hello in the crew room, they will ignore you as if you're not even there. We are paid only for flying hours, and nothing whilst on the ground. This means we can easily work a 12 hour day and be paid for just 7 hours work. There are home standby days, where we are paid absolutely nothing. And there are airport standby days, in which we are forced to sell bus tickets, tag bags to be offloaded etc. And are paid just 3.75 per hour (well below minimum wage). I am completely unhappy, but cannot resign until I have paid the money I owe to Crewlink for the training, and also the money I borrowed to make it possible to be employed by this company. I feel disrespected and feel that the work ethic of the company is totally immoral and wrong. Surely there are illegal things going on that can be stopped? Thank you for reading this, A concerned cabin crew member.

12 Aug 2011

RYANAIRDONTCARE CAMPAIGN....DON'T BUY THE SUN......








Justice for the 96..............

RYANAIR DALMAC WILL NOT SCARE ME....BRING IT ON O'LEARY....STOP WRECKING OUR CHILDRENS LIVE'S...



                                                                                               12th August 2011.
Skerries Garda Police
Skerries
Co Dublin.


Dear Officer Cunningham 82,

I am writing to you today with regards the incident in Rush,High Street outside Dalmac (RYANAIR RECRUITMENT OFFICE) on 26th July 2011.

I have set up Ryanairdontcare Campaign which deals with employment issues that relate to Ryanair and their agents, who exploit Irish, English and European students, Charging a training fee up to 3000 Euro to become cabin crew, only to be terminated as a way of generating profits .I am not asking the Garda police to understand these issue but would expect this car incident to be investigated fully and myself  be kept informed.
This incident could have been much worse for me Officer Cunningham and i feel it was an attempt to scare me from protesting in the future against Ryanair, which will not deter me.

You informed me that you would keep me informed on the progress of your investigation.
My contact email is jonnyjade@yahoo.co.uk plus my home address is above.

Enclosed is a disc of the incident which you can view or you can visit youtube   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07glwX5eJCY&feature=related

I do believe this car is connected to DALMAC/RYANAIR, either an employee or a host family who is paid for accommodation for students. Is it possible for the Garda police to inform me of the person who was driving this car or do i need to ask under the freedom of information act.

Thank you for your time.


Kindest regards


John Foley
RyanairDontCare Campaign.         ‘’An Injury To One Is An Injury To All ‘’

11 Aug 2011

recruit@crewlink.ie ARE RYANAIR...THEY SAY THEY ARE THIRD PARTY TRAINING AGENTS..THIS IS A LIE

recruit@crewlink.ie  are Ryanair and Ryanair are Europe's Greatest Training ROBBERS...So be WARNED..
Easyjet and others are a safer bet...

RYANAIR CABIN CREW LOW PAY...EASYJET CABIN CREW HIGHER PAY.''FACT''

Ryanair’s Wages and the New Pay Deal
The Truth: With a Union, Cabin Crews get Better Pay


Management often claims Ryanair pays some of the best wages. The reality is:
Although crews in both airlines work very hard, Ryanair staff earn less than staff at
Easyjet. Even with the latest “increase”, the reality isn’t any different.

Why? Staff in workplaces with a union and a collective agreement get better pay and
conditions, and better income. This is true for most full-service airlines as well as low-
cost carriers. Easyjet has a collective agreement, and staff earns better. There is
need for a union at Ryanair as well!

John said,
Probationary Cabin Crew at Ryanair must join a union in which ever country you work from.
Ryanair's exploitation must stop and BONDERMAN and O'LEARY must be sacked NOW...

9 Aug 2011

CILVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY....RYANAIR ARE NOT THE LAW OF THE SKY....Letter to CAA.

                                                                                                                                 8th August 2011
Civil Aviation Authority
CAA House
London

Dear Dame Deirdre Hutton,
Thank you for your letter dated 27th July 2011 regarding Ryanair.

You are correct in saying i contacted the CAA earlier this year with serious concerns regarding Ryanair safety and employment issues. These safety issues were dealt with after our campaign informed the IAA, CAA and Boeing which i am thankful for but i must stress, it is not my job to inform the Authorities of wrong doings at Ryanair. The relevant regulator IAA must do their job and regulate Ryanair so as not to put Crew and passengers at risk over safety issues.
As for employment issues, there are too many to name but what is very concerning, not only the information in my last correspondence but the Email and Questionnaire enclosed from present crew at Ryanair, which yet again puts safety of crew and passengers at risk.
Whether or not the CAA recognise RyanairDontCare Campaign as a legitimate Campaign it is very concerning that contacts we are having from Crew at Ryanair, who have serious Working   grievances are putting safety of passengers and Crew at Ryanair at risk daily. These crew members have no faith either in Ryanair or the IAA in dealing with these issues.
Do you not think some sort of independent counselling   PHONE LINE could be set up  for Crew of all airlines not just Ryanair, so that they have someone to talk to regarding working conditions.

Yours sincerely

John Foley
RyanairDontCare Campaign.            ‘’An Injury To One Is An Injury To All’’

LONDON RIOTS BORIS JOHNSON MAYOR of LONDON..INTERESTED IN YOUNG PEOPLE ??? LONDON RIOTS..GOVERNMENT DO NOTHING.RYANAIR MANAGEMENT ARE EVIL.

RyanairDontCare Campaign met up with the Mayor of London BORIS JOHNSON in 2009 in Oxford Circus.We pointed out the recruitment scam Ryanair were responsible for and gave him a Campaign leaflet.
Late 2009 we contacted Mr Johnson by email for help and asked him to look into recruitment and termination of probationary cabin crew at Ryanair....We informed him of many hundreds of young students getting exploited by Ryanair each month to which he said he could not get involved.

When so many young students from all over the UK ,Ireland and Europe are exploited by an Airline who are ANTI Union and only interested in wrecking so many young lives for PROFIT,it shocks us at RyanairDontCare Campaign but even more shocking is the Government, do nothing...







Mr Johnson looked at our leaflet,put it in his pocket and did NOTHING....That is the reaction of people in power.

8 Aug 2011

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JOAN BURTON IRISH GOVERNMENT NEED TO ACT ON RYANAIR ''NOW'' LIVES ARE AT RISK....

Dear Joan Burton,
 
This is an email below that was sent to our Campaign a few days ago.If you believe me or not Mrs Burton at least i did inform you Crew at Ryanair on anti depressants.....RyanairDontCare Campaign think the Irish government needs to act ''NOW''.
 
''  Hi John,

I cannot disclose my identity because I am still a Ryanair employee.I found your blog on the Internet while searching for pieces of information about Paul Ridgard.

I suffered from depression during the course of my employment with Ryanair and I was on anti depressants. I know other people who were on anti depressants too. People are afraid to talk. There is a strong fear factor in Ryanair.

 
Good luck John, .........''.
 
Kindest regards
 
john foley
 
RyanairDontCare Campaign       ''An Injury To One Is An Injury To All''

7 Aug 2011

StJAMES MANAGEMENT EXPLOIT SO MANY PROBATIONARY CABIN CREW AT RYANAIR..

1, Stjames Management (uk) limited dissolved 2010....John MUDGE..has his name as the owner but we all know it is Ryanair who run the StJames Management show...
2, Stjames Management Services limited new company..MUDGE is occupation management director. new address,1 elliott road,love lane industrial estate,cirencester,gloucs,GL7 1YS.

3, stjames management services limited have DUNCAN NAYLOR,JOHN MICHAEL HENRY,PHILIP JAMES LINEHAN as new directors since may 2010.....
4, The 3 above also have EDA training and development limited open 19/05.11...Business address is the same as StJames Management Services Limited,1 elliott road,Love lane industrial estate,gloucs,GL7 1YS...........
5,Same 3 above also have M2 TRAINING LIMITED  with the same business address , 1 elliott road,Love lane industrial estate,gloucs,GL7 1YS...........         ,,
6, DUNCAN NAYLOR is an accountant......who might be drafted in to (cook) the books.
CLIAR Mudge ,his sister who has been a director with Mudge since 2006,is not involved (name) anymore which is interesting.....
Love lane will be a nice name to visit....

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ALLIED IRISH BANK and BANK of IRELAND have DEAL WITH CORRUPT RYANAIR

AIB did up to December 2010 give Ryanair cabin crew training loans out even though so many students with this loan were getting Terminated and were left in even more dept.The AIB must have seen the pattern of this bad dept but still gave Ryanair the chance to scam and abuse our Children...As a direct result of RyanairDontCare Campaign, this loan was stopped December 2011..I would advise any Ryanair Probationary cabin crew who after terminated was left in  dept to contact us at lfcheart@yahoo.co.uk

The Bank of Ireland who did give Ryanair Training loans out (we have not forgotten about both banks) but yet again RyanairDontCare Campaign got involved to stop it,which they did in 2009.
The Bank of Ireland are helping Ryanair earn profit off the taxes crew pay each month and many large amounts of money are getting deposited in the Isle of Man.

These 2 Banks above are guilty of so much and the Irish people need to know,they are abusing young Irish students and must be held accountable..''NOW''

DAVID BONDERMAN...RYANAIR PLANT INFO TO OUR BLOG...

RyanairDontCare Campaign has been fighting Ryanair Exploiters for nearly 3 years now.From time to time the Exploiter RYANAIR will feed information to our RyanairDontCare Campaign as a way for us to loose credibility.Sometimes i can see this but sometimes i can not.I am no expert in deception or Exploitation of people,not like Mr David Bonderman TPG Capital who is an expert in this Field.......

RYANAIR CABIN CREW

DAVID BONDERMAN and MICHAEL O'LEARY HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO FOR YOUR CHILD ???????????

How far would you go for your child Bonderman and O'Leary ??????????... Members of the public need to know the two above are guilty of wrecking so many of our CHILDRES lives.......As a father..I have stood up to these two (Bonderman and O'Leary) and will continue till the END..

http://www.groundlink.pt/ HELPING RYANAIR/CREWLINK SCAM OUR CHILDREN

http://www.3wjobs.com/  are listing Groundlink in Spain who are  working with Ryanair/Crewlink to recruit and scam spanish students wishing to be cabin crew.Below is the link that was sent to RyanairDontCare Campaign.Groundlink are agents for Europe's Greatest Traininer Robbers ''RYANAIR''

http://es.3wjobs.com/votIEdcE.html

The director of Groundlink is Francisco Bernardino  fbernardino@groundlink.pt 
Website http://www.groundlink.pt/en/?page_id=25 We are watching you ''FRANCISCO''





Dates for the Open Days to be SCAMMED by Ryanair/Crewlink.

12 August-Ryanair-Lisboa-Av. Brasil, 1
22 August-Ryanair-Porto-Hotel Antas, R. Padre Manuel Nobrega, 11
23 August-Ryanair-Barcelona-Aeropuerto El Pratt, Terminal 2. Lesma ticket office meeting point.
24 August-Ryanair-Malaga-Holiday Inn Express, Av. Velasquez, 240
25 August-Ryanair-Valencia-Holiday Inn Express Bonaire
27 August-Ryanair-Riga-13.Janvára iela 33, 2.stava, Kino Skola