28 Aug 2015


Easyjet has an Automated External Defibrillator and cabin crew trained to use it.. 
Petitioning Ryanair....
Ensure every flight has an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on board the aircraft and one CPR trained cabin-crew member.Petitioning Ryanair Europe's Lowest Low Cost Cabin Crew Salary payers..
This petition is in response to an article in the Bolton News on 16 June 2015 covering the inquest of Mrs Davina Tavener (47), who died on a Ryanair flight to Lanzarote in November 2014.
An NHS Consultant who tried to resuscitate Mrs Tavener on the aircraft was surprised that the aircraft did not carry a heart defibrillator (AED - Automated External Defibrillator), describing them as critical to survival in cardiac events.

Please sign the petition below. 


 As you can see below a Jonathan Perry a Ryanair Pilot has made a true comment about Ryanair on this petition.Time for all to boycott this airline and use Easyjet.

 Jonathan Perry ·

No but you are being very naive. Ryanair don't even pay there staff a full 12 months, enforced unpaid leave despite immense profits, no free water onboard for crew pay for their own uniforms etc etc. Your sensible and fair request applies everywhere , except Ryanair land. Sorry, just the truth.


22 Aug 2015


Crewlink Ireland Ltd is a SHELL company set up by Ryanair in 2003-04 and was the brain child of US Ryanair chief David Bonderman..Bonderman (TPG) a US billionaire,who worked in civil rights for attorney generals office in USA, guilty of wrecking the lives of thousands of young cabin crew at Ryanair for profit.
Over 10,000 new recruited cabin crew at Ryanair have been Terminated for profit by Crewlink Ireland.This SHELL company is run by Scum bag Frank Whelan and Judy Byrne who have become millionaires through Termination.

Profit brake down on new recruits at Crewlink/Ryanair......

1,Crewlink Ireland confirm on their website that they have over 3100 + contracted cabin crew at Ryanair.
2,Ryanair cabin crew training fee with accommodation cost €3,000 x 3100 =€930,000
3,Uniform at Ryanair costs  €360 x 3100 =  €111,600
4,Airport ID cards cost €110 x 3100 = €34,100.
5,A 40% PAYE charge on new recruits in first 3 months (as Crewlink always say paper work not ready) If 3100 contracted cabin crew work 100 hours in three months (it is a lot higher) €15.40 per hour = €1,540 x 100 hours = €154,000 x 3100 contracted cabin crew = €4,774,000 at 40% PAYE rate = €1,909,600 which is placed in a 12 month bank of Ireland high interest account.So every 3 months nearly €1 million is created with this high rate of PAYE..To keep this PAYE SCAM going Crewlink must continue to Recruit  more young cabin crew.The more Crewlink recruit the more new recruits are TERMINATED.
Just take a look at (September 2015) next months recruitment at Crewlink Ireland, 

Valencia 01/09/2015
Seville 02/09/2015
Thessaloniki 02/09/2015
Cagliari 02/09/2015
Warsaw 02/09/2015
Athens 03/09/2015
Malaga 03/09/2015
Wroclaw 03/09/2015
Amsterdam 04/09/2015
Cork 04/09/2015
Madrid 08/09/2015
Prague 09/09/2015
Milan Bergamo 09/09/2015
Pisa 09/09/2015
Venice 09/09/2015
Catania 10/09/2015
Bologna 10/09/2015
Bratislava 14/09/2015
Barcelona 15/09/2015
Rome 15/09/2015
Bristol 16/09/2015
Dublin 17/09/2015
Naples 17/09/2015
Lamezia 18/09/2015
Manchester 18/09/2015
Bucharest 21/09/2015
Bari 22/09/2015
Krakow 23/09/2015
Budapest 23/09/2015
London 24/09/2015
Palermo 24/09/2015
Glasgow 24/09/2015
Porto 29/09/2015
Malta 30/09/2015
Valencia 30/09/2015
Lisbon 30/09/2015

That is 36 recruitment days in only one month at Crewlink Ireland.This recruitment is for the low season at Ryanair.Ask yourself why are Crewlink/Ryanair having so many recruitment days, Answer TERMINATION....

6, A 20% commission is paid to each of these 3100 Crewlink contracted cabin crew for on board sales which can be as much as  €300 a month which is of sales of €1,500 for each cabin crew member.No accountability of sales is given to contracted cabin crew by Crewlink?Ryanair, they say what commission you get...

7, The biggest SCAM in this is the per hour rate of pay given to contracted cabin crew by Crewlink...Ryanair pay Crewlink €30 per hour but only €15.40 is given to Crewlink contracted cabin crew.€14.60 is kept by Crewlink and shareholders are not aware.
If 3100 Crewlink contracted cabin crew work 90 hours in one month €1,314 x 3100 which is €407,340 a month over paid to this Ryanair SHELL company..Millions each year since 2004..
Ryanair have one more cabin crew Shell company set up,Workforce International doing the very same as above.
The set up for Ryanair pilots is the very same but we are talking x 10 of the above figures.


21 Aug 2015


        GREAT NEWS For Mr O'Leary ''NOT'' Lol...

A Ryanair plane

Ryanair has lost a test case over flight delays, which could affect compensation claims being made by millions of passengers.
Manchester County Court said Ryanair could not cut the time a passenger has in which to claim from six years to two by adding a clause to its small print.
The ruling sets a precedent for delayed  passengers on all airlines.
Ryanair said the six-year rule was "unnecessary and unreasonable" and that it would appeal against the decision.

'Absolutely furious'

The Supreme Court ruled last year that delayed passengers in England and Wales have six years to claim, but Ryanair says passengers who book with it accept their terms and conditions, and therefore the claim limit is two years.
But at Manchester County Court, Judge Platts ruled Ryanair could not use a clause in its small print to impose a limit.


Analysis by Simon Gompertz, BBC personal finance correspondent

Ryanair disputes the suggestion from some lawyers that it could be exposed to hundreds of millions of pounds worth of compensation claims from customers who suffered delays.
The airline says that even if its appeal against the Manchester County Court ruling is unsuccessful, its maximum potential liability is €5m (£3.6m).
The low figure is the result of the fact that, according to Ryanair, more than 90% of passengers affected by delays make a valid claim within two years.
That means that very few would need to submit one between two and six years after the event, even if they realised that they had the option.
Nevertheless, Ryanair and other airlines are deeply unhappy about the EU-wide system triggering payouts which can be way in excess of the cost of the ticket.
The consumer group, Which?, said airlines should hold their hands up and pay compensation where it is due.


Lawyers say the ruling stands to affect millions of air passengers, because if Ryanair had won, all airlines may have been able to impose a two-year time limit on all existing and future flight delay claims.
Passengers can claim between £180 and £440 for a delay of at least three hours, depending on the length of the wait and the distance to be travelled.
The Independent's travel editor, Simon Calder, said airlines were "absolutely furious" with the ruling.
He added: "They say it's tough running an airline. Things occasionally go wrong, but to give people - as they put it - free money seems totally disproportionate."

Legal firm Bott & Company, based in Wilmslow, Cheshire, which represented the two passengers who brought the case against Ryanair. It says the ruling could potentially total up to £610m of past claims for Ryanair - although the airline disputes this assessment.
The firm's Kevin Clarke said: "We're delighted that the court has dismissed yet another argument put forward by the airlines to restrict passenger rights.
"We fully expect the airlines to continue to fight these cases but we are prepared to hold them to account in each and every instance where the law says compensation is payable, and with the courts continuing to find on behalf of consumers we've real cause to be optimistic that passengers will receive the compensation they are entitled to."

Immediate appeal

Ryanair said in a statement: "We note this ruling which reverses lower court orders that a two-year time limit for claims is reasonable.
"Since we believe a six-year time limit for submitting such claims is both unnecessary and unreasonable, we have instructed our lawyers to immediately appeal this ruling."
Jenny Fletcher has a claim in progress for compensation from Ryanair after her flight from Granada in Spain to Stansted Airport was delayed, and then transferred to depart from Malaga instead.
She said: "It's fantastic news. I'm so pleased that this has finally got approval. Groups of people have had their holidays completely ruined, and now there's finally a bit of hope for us."
Ryanair has told the BBC it would not comment on Ms Fletcher's case, as it is still going through the courts.

14 Aug 2015

Ryanair flight diverts to Dublin Airport due to medical emergency..But flew to the furthest away airport...CHARITY RYANAIR SCRATCH CARD .RED BAGS FULL OF CASH DELIVERED TO DUBLIN..

Ryanair flight diverts to Dublin Airport due to medical emergency..But flew to the furthest away airport....

Flight FR 8422 from Fuerteventura to Edinburgh landed at Dublin Airport between 16:30 and 17:00pm this evening.
Ryanair confirmed that the crew called ahead for medical assistance and the plane was met by medics on landing.
The passenger disembarked and is currently being treated in Dublin.
The flight resumed its journey to Edinburgh was expected to arrive at Edinburgh airport at six o'clock.
A spokesperson for Ryanair apologised to all affected passengers.

You would think nothing about this story above.It looks straight forward enough so it seems.Let us take a closer look at this.
 flight from Fuerteventura to Edinburgh 
Fuerteventura to Edinburgh The average flight ... is 1,971 miles
Fuerteventura to Bristol is 1683 miles from Bristol which is 82 miles nearer to Fuerteventura than Dublin airport.
Fuerteventura to Dublin is 1765 miles
Fuerteventura to Bournemouth is 1662 which is 103 miles nearer to Fuerteventura than Dublin airport.
 Fuerteventura to Cork, Ireland is 1636 miles and Ryanair fly over this airport to get to Dublin which is 129 miles nearer to Fuerteventura than Dublin airport.
SO WHY WOULD RYANAIR TRAVEL TO THE FURTHEST AWAY AIRPORT IF IT IS A medical emergency....???????? Plus not to mention the nearer European airports.

CASH is the answer.RYANAIR have RED bags full on cash which is held in the cock pit of the aircraft and must be delivered to Dublin Airport.Ryanair operations are based in Dublin.Ryanair hold little cash from on board sales including Ryanair charity scratch card, in other European countries as they will be traced, so it all goes back to Dublin..
Do we have a connection here with the charity scratch card Mr O!Leary. .


7 Aug 2015

Ryanair Cabin Crew New Recruits Must Read..Ryanair's Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs child prodigy Juliusz Komorek .Aviation Employment REPORT EU Committee ..

Letter from  Ryanair's Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs child prodigy Juliusz Komorek of 11 Thornleigh Road,Applewood Village,Swords.Ireland.
Polish Terminated probationary cabin crew Komorek has a lot to answer for.

 Ryanair's legal department scum bag Juliusz Komorek has yet again threatened legal action at the recent aviation EU Employment and Social Affairs Committee
Letter below.
 John said,
Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary is a Sociopath not to be trusted..


When i first started this campaign off many Polish Terminated cabin crew approached me with their stories of depression and in some cases suicidal thoughts.
Juliusz Komorek is fully aware what Ryanair are up to and his salary is very high.
Read the full report below..
We at Ryanairdontcare are mentioned in 2 Airscoop articles which have been used in the report above.Doomed to fail ''Mr O'Leary''..

Personal message to any young person wishing to become cabin crew.
Zero hour employment schemes contracts are set up by Ryanair through their shell companies Crewlink Ireland and Workforce International.Solely paid only for flight time duration.These contracts do not give annual leave,pension funds,maternity leave or any form of sickness benefits but Easyjet do...Ryanair cabin crew training will cost you £ thousands with Easyjet being FREE..
Ryanair are Europe's greatest exploiter of you cabin crew guaranteed..

Test case could see delayed Ryanair passengers claim up to £610m in compensation..Let's Hope So..

Test case could see delayed Ryanair passengers claim up to £610m in compensation. Let's hope so.

More than 2.3m passengers could be able to claim for delays depending on the outcome of a test case at Manchester County Court.

A test case which could lead to Ryanair paying out more than £600m to delayed passengers has been heard at Manchester County Court.
The case - brought by two passengers - aims to ensure compensation can be claimed within six years of a flight.
But budget airline Ryanair says they should only have to pay within two.
It is likely all other courts in England and Wales will follow the case’s decision - meaning that if Ryanair loses, it could face potential claims from more than 2m passengers.
The case revolves around two passengers who travelled on the same delayed flight in 2009. Both are from abroad, but many key aviation cases are heard in Manchester.
Flight regulation entitles passengers to claim compensation of up to £440 each for delays of three hours or more, so long as it was not caused by ‘extraordinary circumstances’.
Ryanair argues that by accepting its terms and conditions when they buy a ticket, passengers agree they only have two years to take a claim to court.
However the Supreme Court ruling in a previous case, Dawson v Thomson Airways, clarified passengers in England and Wales have SIX years to take a claim to court in October 2014.
Ryanair is now defending its position in court - insisting their passengers waive their right to the six-year limit.
The decision stands to affect around 2.26million passengers and potentially total around £610m in compensation, calculated on the basis that 2pc of flights on average are delayed.
Kevin Clarke flight delay lawyer at Bott & Co, which is defending the passengers, said: “The last 12 months have seen a series of landmark judgments obtained by Bott & Co on behalf of millions of passengers and this case is as important as any of those that precede it.
“We fully expect the airlines to continue to fight cases such as this one but we are prepared to hold them to account in each and every instance where the law says compensation is payable. We look forward to hearing the Judge’s decision so we can assess what our next steps will be.”
A Ryanair spokesman said: “Ryanair does not comment on pending legal matters, deals with each claim on a case by case basis and fully complies with all EU261 legislation.”
The ruling has been reserved for two weeks.

What is flight delay compensation and Regulation EC 261/2004?:

Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 provides compensation for passengers in the event their flight is cancelled, delayed, re-routed or they miss their connection.
Passengers are entitled to claim if they reach their final destination three hours or more after the
scheduled arrival time and can be entitled to up to €600 per passenger. The flight in question must be leaving an EU country or landing in an EU country on an EU airline.
The compensation payable is a fixed amount based on the flight distance and length of the delay and is to compensate you for your loss of time and inconvenience, not the ticket price.
The regulation also makes provisions for the airline to provide care at the airport by way of refreshments, food, telephone calls and if appropriate, overnight stays.
The airline has one defence to compensation claims – ‘extraordinary circumstances’. Examples of these are political instability, meteorological conditions incompatible with the operation of the flight concerned, security risks, unexpected flight safety shortcomings and industrial action.

6 Aug 2015


 On 23rd July 2015 at the Jurys inn hotel in Manchester Ryanair's cabin crew recruiter Dalmac who set up Workforce International shell company for Ryanair had a recruitment day which was interrupted by Ryanairdontcare Campaign...The message below is from one of the students who went along to this event.
Video of the protest below.

 Student at this recruitment day.

Hiya john! I didn't even get a chance at the interview as the moment you left the woman with the white jacket singled everyone out of whom had a tattoo (including me) before the presentation started, I stated I was in the process of having it removed and it should have gone within the end of the training course but she basically didn't take that into consideration and just primarily fobbed most of us off! (blessing in disguise if you asked me). The women began to start the presentation when she apologised for the incident regarding yourself, and said she didn't understand your situation of why you was so angry with the company as she had never seen you before and that it's not essential that they can please everyone so they shall move along and start the day... Now to me this didn't sound very enthusiastic as a company to be honest as I believe in itself, every single company has its aspirations to please every customer they serve to stay loyal and continue such an effective business. With me working presently for a company, I believe that it is my main priority to make sure the customer is happy with the service we can provide, so they will either pass on the valuable customer service we offer to others and come back. She then stated that you was outside staring (pointing at you through the window whilst laughing and encouraging the students to stare, whilst she stared at you) which was yet again extremely unprofessional and how it's pathetic that you have come today to spoil such a day, with that her colleague closed the curtains through the window also laughing at the students while doing so. As soon as I left I actually youtubed "Ryanair assessment days" and found your videos which led me to read your websites and other links on you tube regarding "Ryan air Dispatches" which is also extremely ideal to watch if you get the opportunity! I'm so glad people like you are here to support the young people out there and there future careers! Once again I would like to thank you on behalf of us, as you really opened up a lot more aspects for me, and I will definitely not only be learning the companies facts and figures, I will definitely be looking more in depth at the company I plan to work for and what actually goes on behind the scenes of employment! Keep up the hard work! ....... xxx

Dalmac web site directs you to shell company Workforce International click the middle box.http://www.dalmac.ie/

John said,
It is amazing that these recruiters from Dalmac do not know me.Look at the many protest below.
First protest against Dalmac /Workforce in 2010.

Youtube protests against Dalmac/Workforce which are many below


 All these protest above are at Dalmac/Workforce head office in Rush Ireland
If your wishing to have a career in aviation as cabin crew then BOYCOTT Ryanair.


This next post relates to the post below.Michael O'Leary will always boast about how well Ryanair cabin crew are paid,how well their pension and health care is which is a LIE.
Mr O'Leary has only 20% of an estimated 5000 cabin crew with the conditions above which leaves 4000 probationary Ryanair cabin crew ready to exploit.Mr O'Leary can not exploit money from the 20% of cabin crew because they have REAL Ryanair contracts.
The 80% which is 4000 are recruited by shell companies set up by Ryanair, Crewlink Ireland and Workforce International  with a PROBATIONARY contract.Ryanair continue to have a large flow of new recruits every few months who are very young and to be honest want to make their parents proud or in a lot of cases wish to provide for their family back home which is wonderful for Ryanair.
The more probationary cabin crew Ryanair's shell companies recruit the more probationary Ryanair cabin crew are TERMINATED.Don't forget these new recruits have paid thousands of £ to train as cabin crew with Ryanair with most being based as fare away from their home as possible because Ryanair find it much easier exploiting these new recruits this way.
Going back a few years Ryanair's Crewlink and Workforce International were TERMINATING hundreds of probationary cabin crew each month.From 2004 to 2010 over 10,000 probationary cabin crew had been TERMINATED by Crewlink alone..
From 2004 to 2008 it was Crewlink Limited who liquidated in 2008.From 2008 till 2015 it is Crewlink Ireland Limited.

The wage slip below is the final wage a TERMINATED probationary Ryanair cabin crew member will get from either Crewlink or Workforce.

 This wage slip is from Crewlink Limited.As you can see the flight pay is €745.04 with commission 273.43 and holiday pay of 259.20...Deductions PAYE is at the higher rate of 40% which is €523.84...Month 1 AL is €300.00 which is the new joiners allowance..The total cross pay of €1277.67 is paid into your Bank of Ireland account who are informed by Crewlink & Workforce of your TERMINATION.The Bank of Ireland FREEZE yes FREEZE your account so no money can be withdrawn and Crewlink & Workforce take the lot.The Bank Of Ireland are involved with Ryanair in many ways and make sure your last month salary is not withdrawn.
The high rate of PAYE of 523.84 is kept in The Bank of Ireland high interest account set up for Ryanair and held for 12 months before handing it over to the Irish Government.Ryanair PLC are given generous tax breaks by the Irish Government because of the large amounts of PAYE given by these probationary cabin crew.With so many probationary cabin crew being TERMINATED only a small number claim any form of tax break even at the 40% rate paid.
The Bank of Ireland and the Irish Government are fully aware of these large TERMINATION rates at Ryanair but do nothing as long as the money keeps rolling in.
So looking at the probationary Ryanair Terminated cabin crew members wage slip,it is clear TERMINATION is PROFIT not only for RYANAIR but Bank of Ireland and Irish Government.

4 Aug 2015


 Last month in Denmark has been never interesting indeed.Ryanair cabin crew and pilots have been in the news regarding working conditions and salary payments in Denmark.As we all know Ryanair are Anti unions for the sole purpose to exploit their workforce which is racking in Millions of £ each month and makes it a priority to keep the unions out of Ryanair.
Cabin crew talk to press about working conditions below.Please use Google translate.
Ryanair have now closed their base in Copenhagen in Denmark due to threats of strikes which were allowed by the Danish courts .What this means is Ryanair still fly to Copenhagen but no Ryanair aircraft will stay there over night.These aircraft need to fly in and fly out of Copenhagen.
Will this help probationary Ryanair cabin crew from being exploited by Ryanair the answer is NO, not until there is a Real collective agreement set up.
Michael O'Leary in the tape recording below is talking about cabin crew who hold a REAL Ryanair contract.Out of 5000 cabin crew on board Ryanair only 20% that is 1000 have a Ryanair contract which have sick pay and have a decent monthly salary.
80% that is 4000 cabin crew at Ryanair are on probationary contracts through shell companies set up by Ryanair, Crewlink Ireland and Workforce International.These are 2s 3s and 4s cabin crew.
These are the contracts the reporter is asking Mr O'Leary about.
If Ryanairdontcare Campaign where invite to this press conference we could have prooved O'Leary to be a lair.
80% of cabin crew working on Ryanair aircraft have no rights and low wages.VERY LOW.See a workforce international wage slip below.
Reason why 80% of cabin crew on Ryanair are paid low is the SCAM.Per hour rate of pay of 50% is kept by these shell companies set up by Ryanair which generate £ millions each month.
Listen to Michael O'Leary talking from 26 minutes in this tape recording.O'Leary states there is numerous Ryanair contracts out there which is a lie.Only one Ryanair contract exists which is given to 1000 cabin crew.The two other contracts are with Crewlink Ireland and Workforce International who are shell companies set up by Ryanair..

Ryanair set up bogus press conference, listen below. 


 Workforce International wage slip above of £591.88. The monthly salary at Ryanair unless you have a Ryanair contract.This exploitation of young cabin crew continues at Ryanair today. (words have been taken out of wage slip to protect the identity of the cabin crew member)
If you look at the top left of this wage slip you will see one Standby which is up to 10 hours at the airport helping to load passengers at the gate and recover baggage unless you get called to work. So 10 hours Ryanair pay £30 by the time you take the tax off that (Ryanair agents delay tax code for up to three months so a 40% higher rate is taken out of this £30)..SHOCKING £18 for a 10 hour shift on airport standby with Ryanair. Something else we found out when we visited the Dublin tax office in 2012.They informed me Ryanair can keep this PAYE that they take off all crew for up to 12 months which is placed in a Bank of Ireland high interest account.Even more cash in O'Leary's pocket..Would you guess O'Leary is a qualified accountant and knows nothing about Pilot and Cabin Crew work. 
The Bank Of Ireland are deeply involved with Scamming young Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew.  

                   If you care about young people being scammed by Ryanair
          It could be you son or daughter


John said,
The lowest monthly salary i have seen in the 6 years of our campaign is £460 a month.Yes you heard that right.Cabin crew at Ryanair working 38,000ft earn this low salary.In some cases it works out £10 a flight.I hope people viewing this post consider this the next time you book a flight with Ryanair.The public have the power to stop this.''BOYCOTT RYANAIR''...