23 Jul 2014

Ex RYANAIR Cabin Crew Reveals

 The post below is from Ex Ryanair cabin crew in their own words..

For those of yôu who wants. To join ryanair

That´s à professional advice before getting involved in à professional suicide.
  Here are some points And advice through out my 4 years experience in the what they call an airline:
.once you start of course And as everybody knows you have to pay for your Training which i may say it´s acceptable as you pay for your diploma like in à private school.but paying for the uniform .airport ID no assistance or whatsoever for the crew car parking .transportation.no food voucher for the crew if you get stuck in the airport for 7 hours due to tech problem or diversion .happened to me .no food voucher.and what´s worse you do not get paid for these hours .or even à psychological support like " thanks for the hard work" à word of thanks sometimes worth more than money.
No payment for home stand-bys.so basically in winter Time you Will get paid 600 €or less in some bases.the wage Is so low in some countries that you cannot survive.i wonder what job Is that if you cannot have à decent life .rent your place .pay your bills etc...
We were promised to be promoted after one year service.i was 4years And i was still junior no way for progression .no tickets for parents or even à free ticket per year for you to your home country.as staff travel i was denied to travel " u pay à stand-by ticket And you board the aircraft last And in case the flight Is full you do not fly even if u pay the ticket if the pilots refuse !once was denied traveling just the captain said no.we are items of investments for this airline And for the country you are sent to.Ryanair play with your future .they send you somewhere and they leave you by yourself facing administrations.tax offices and health insurance ,they do basically nothing for you .all they do Is complain and whatever you do Is not enough for them
à lot countless things .
For those who said i Will do it for an experience of one year .go ahead .try And make up your minds but just to let you know .fr Is the unique airline in the world that does not have à common sense policy .you cannot ask why if you cannot understand something that they call mémos .the crew themselves not all but most of them are lacking of customer service .,rude ,bossy and nobody Is doing the job with passion .a lot of gréât people worked And Left because Ryanair does not appréciate their skills .they just care about sales no matter who you are,some people, even they donot speak proper English.most crew they just wait for the salary at the end ...how to get the customer service if fr does not provide training for that .you could Never meet à cabin crew coming from another airline to Ryanair but from Ryanair to other companies countless crew are leaving everyday from different bases And for pilots as well
..you Will learn nothing from them. But daily stress ,fear,lack of respect...
Look for à décent airline even temporary contract ...but Never try ryanair.if the crisis Will finish .i am sûre first nobody Will work nor fly with them.
At the end you do what u see Is convenient for you all...just i wonder How EU countries leaving this company swallowing the energy and abuse youngsters hopes and money..
It´s à shame ...

17 Jul 2014


Ryanair's New Joiners Allowance is a SCAM
Many probationary Ryanair cabin crew are in contact with this blog wanting information regarding NONE payment of training and new joiners allowance.

When you first contact Ryanair/Crewlink/Dalmac the address which is given will be the contact address of you if ever Ryanair need to chase you for any dept owed.
A solicitor from Liverpool Daniels Silverman  www.danielssilverman.co.uk will contact you at the address you have given to Ryanair/Crewlink/Dalmac for the dept.

PROTEST AGAINST Allied Irish Bank and Daniel Silverman Solicitors below.


9 Jul 2014


As you you can see below RYANAIR exploiters of cabin crew not only charge students a large cabin crew training fee but also claim £757,000 of the UK Government.Michael O'leary clearly knows the loop holes in training fees.
Email below is from the UK Government Skills Funding Agency.


Request for Information ref 17-03-2014(10)

Green-Webb Amanda
To MeFreedom of Information

Dear Mr Foley

You asked who the funding claimed by Work Skills related to.

To clarify:

I can confirm that the £757,500. Funding claimed by Work Skills in 2012/2013 for Cabin Crew apprenticeships was in relation to the following employers:

·         St James Management Services Ltd 
·         Crewlink

Of the funding claimed by Work Skills (£757,500):

·         £750,100 was in relation to the training for St James Management Services Ltd


·         £7,400 was in relation to the training for Crewlink

So, the total funding claimed for the cabin crew apprenticeships was £757,500.

Yours sincerely

Amanda Green-Webb
Information Rights Manager

Skills Funding Agency
Cheylesmore House
Quinton Road

T: 024 7682 3996
E: Amanda.Green-Webb@skillsfundingagency.bis.gov.uk

7 Jul 2014


Ryanair use their power with google to delete in Portugal the Ryanairdontcare's protest video at the Everton match in 2012 which highlighted the recruitment and termination policy at Ryanair. Thousands of newly recruited probationary cabin crew have been effected by Ryanair's abuse.


5 Jul 2014


 On 14th May 2011 this blog went active so that any young person in the EU wishing a career as cabin  crew for Ryanair would have the real facts about how bad Ryanair are as an employer.
Ryanair have used many recruiters to trick young people into joining them  which this campaign has targeted very successfully. Ryanair had five recruiters of cabin crew a year ago which has gone to only two,as a direct result of Ryanairdontcare Campaign which will continue to protests against Ryanair,David Bonderman, Michael O'Leary,Crewlink Ireland  and Dalmac.

We are very please to say that 401,601 visitors have been to this blog since 2011 with many being young people wishing a career as cabin crew.

In letters sent from Michael O'Leary and at personal meeting in 2011 O'Leary referring to Ryanairdontcare Campaign as being ''doomed to fail'' clearly this is not the case.

28 Jun 2014


Groundlink of Portugal in association with Crewlink Ireland Ltd who are a front for Ryanair are concerned with low cabin crew recruitment levels in Portugal..
We have aviation forums in Portugal to thank for giving out this blog's information.
Ryanair are so concerned that you can see their latest interest in this Blog that relates to Portugal recruitment below. 

 Groundlink Address: Avenida do Brasil 1, WTC Lisboa City: Lisboa/Madrid Area: Portugal must be boycotted by any student in Portugal wishing a career as cabin crew...

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23 Jun 2014


Friday 20th June 2014 Ryanair exploiters started their two day cabin crew recruitment drive at Manchester airport.The Bewleys Hotel is a favourite place for Ryanair.
Ryanair have not recruited in Manchester since 2012 after Ryanairdontcare Campaign protested inside the hotel with six students not joining as a direct result of our presence.
See our youtube video here.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wxYpcDC0A4
Today i gave out 27 of our business cards directing students to this blog and most of these students informed me that they are aware of Ryanairdontcare Campaign and are using the day as experience for airline interviews.This is great news that young people are using the Internet to see the real way in which Ryanair abuse new recruited cabin crew .
I stayed for one hour outside of the hotel before Ryanair contacted the airport police to remove me.
I must say in the six years of protesting against Ryanair recruitment i have come in contact with over 100 police officers most not being very nice to me.Today was a different story, P.C Clark 1801 from Manchester airport police was a credit to his uniform..See the video below soon..

                                                           Cards given to students

Saturday 21st June 2014 Ryanair exploiters started their second day cabin crew recruitment drive at Manchester airport.The Bewleys Hotel.A very low number of students (17) were in attendance.
On arrival at the entrance of the Bewleys hotel ,standing on public land, i was confronted by a very large man running towards me in shorts and t-shirt.For about 5 minutes this large man verbally abused me and told me he was getting me arrested.ARRESTED for giving out leaflets above!..I ask him who he was but he refused to tell me.
The arrival of a police officer made this large man speak in a lower tone.This man i was informed by the police officer was a staff member of the Bewleys hotel,hope he never talks to his customers in this way.
After about ten minutes i informed this nice police officer that this large man was harassing me which was coursing me alarm and distress.At this point the large man was talked to by the police officer and walked back to the hotel.As this large man walked past me he shouted ''are you not suppose to be at a football match John'' his reference to my football protest in 2012.

Yet again a very small turn out for the 2nd day of the Ryanair cabin crew recruitment in Manchester's  Bewleys hotel.17 students were in attendance all receiving our leaflet.

                                                      Police arrive on 21st June 2014

                 Special sign below greeting all who attended the two day Ryanair recruitment drive .

John sais,
Even though this Ryanair recruitment drive was low in attendance, one young person being exploited by Ryanair is to many.Let us hope young people will continue to boycott joining Ryanair  as cabin crew...
Final message to Mr David Bonderman & Mr Michael O'Leary..
                                          ''DOOMED TO FAIL''

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