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1 Aug 2015

Ryanair flight makes emergency landing at East Midlands Airport..Was it low on fuel?????

Ryanair flight makes emergency landing at East Midlands Airport..Was it low on fuel?????

Leicestershire Fire Service sent six fire engines and a community support vehicle to East Midlands Airport on Thursday, July 30, at 6.34pm.

A RYANAIR plane was forced to divert to East Midlands Airport after it suffered difficulties in the air.

Leicestershire Fire Service sent six fire engines and a community support vehicle to East Midlands Airport on Thursday, July 30, at 6.34pm.
The fire service said they were called to a report of a passenger plane in difficulty.
They were called to be on stand-by.
It has not been confirmed where the plane was flying from or its final destination.
East Midlands Airport said that it was a Ryanair airline and “landed safety”.
The airport said that the plane was diverted and not bound for East Midlands Airport.
A spokeswoman from the airport said there were no delays to other flights and services.

RYANAIR FLIGHT WINDOW FRAME FALLS OUT ON PASSENGER..THAT'S WHY FLIGHTS ARE CHEAP.

Holidaymaker gets the shock of his life when a window frame of the Ryanair flight he is on falls into his lap..

THAT'S WHY FLIGHTS ARE CHEAP!!!!!!

A holidaymaker was left shocked after a plane's window frame fell on to his lap as the Ryanair flight came into land.
Laurence Gibson was on board the aircraft as it came into land at London Stansted airport on Sunday.
But the 37-year-old teaching assistant says he was left traumatised after the window reveal fell on him as the aircraft touched down.
Laurence Gibson holds the loose plane reveal, which fell into his lap when the Ryanair flight he was travelling on came into land at London Stansted
Laurence Gibson holds the loose plane reveal, which fell into his lap when the Ryanair flight he was travelling on came into land at London Stansted
Mr Gibson, who was coming back from a week-long holiday in Gdasnk, Poland with his partner Matt, said: 'It was the scariest moment of my life.
'I'm a nervous flyer as it is but this has just made it worse. As soon as we touched down the inside of the window just fell into my lap.

'Landin is the worst part for me and I was already clutching Matt's hand before.
'I was absolutely hysterical for a while.'
Mr Gibson had paid £144 for the return flight to Poland, which took place in the first week of his summer holidays.
The flight was booked through Ryanair but was being operated by Air Explore.
Mr Gibson, who was coming back from a week-long holiday in Gdasnk, Poland with his partner Matt, said: 'It was the scariest moment of my life' 
Mr Gibson, who was coming back from a week-long holiday in Gdasnk, Poland with his partner Matt, said: 'It was the scariest moment of my life' 

Ryanair say they have noted the dislodging of the window reveal and asked the operator of the flight to ensure it does not happen again
He added: 'The plane looked a little dilapidated not the usual Ryanair standards.
'To be fair to the staff though, they were really nice about it. They couldn't apologise enough.'
A spokeswoman for Ryanair confirmed the window reveal had fell, saying they have asked Air Explore to investigate.
The spokeswoman explained: 'We note the dislodging of this window reveal, which is used only to protect the window from scratches. 
'We have asked the operator of this lease-in aircraft (Air Explore) to ensure that it does not recur.'

Channel Four’s Dispatches ..RYANAIR FUEL POLICY DOCUMENTS Must Be Given To Channel Four's Dispatches.

Ryanair Europe's greatest exploiter of cabin crew has been ordered to give Channel Four TV Corporation documents related to its fuel policy between 2010 and 2012 in advance of the hearing of proceedings brought by the airline over alleged defamation.
Channel Four Television Corporation has in turn been ordered to give Ryanair documents relating to investigation, research or inquiry made by it, or by  Blakeway Productions Ltd, concerning a programme entitled Secrets from the Cockpit. The programme was made by Blakeway and broadcast on August 12th, 2013, as part of Channel Four’s Dispatches series.
The Court of Appeal made various discovery orders on Wednesday in an appeal on pretrial discovery issues in proceedings by Ryanair alleging it was defamed in the programme. Both sides appealed against various discovery orders made by the High Court

Giving the appeal court’s judgment, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the Dispatches programme featured interviews with a number of Ryanair pilots. The general theme of the programme was to the effect Ryanair had endangered passenger safety by operating a low-fuel policy and by pressuring its pilots to take as little fuel as possible, he said.
He said the programme also recounted events involving Ryanair aircraft alleged to have taken place at Valencia Airport on July 26th, 2012, and at Memmingen Airport in Germany in September 2012.
The judge said Ryanair immediately issued High Court proceedings alleging the programme was defamatory. The defendants denied defamation, pleaded the allegations were true in substance and in fact and they were entitled to the defence of honest opinion.
Both sides later sought discovery with Ryanair effectively seeking all material used in making the programme and related to editorial decisions.
Channel Four sought all documents related to in-flight fuel-related incidents and correspondence between Ryanair and the Spanish and Irish regulatory authorities concerning the Valencia incidents.
The judge allowed the appeal by both sides against aspects of some of the discovery orders made by the High Court.

‘Plainly relevant’

He ruled the High Court order directing discovery relating to Ryanair’s fuel policy from 2009 was too broad. While this category was “plainly relevant” and Channel Four was entitled to the airline’s fuel tables and policy documents discussing fuel policy between 2010 and July 26th, 2012, any wider discovery was not necessary, he said.
He also limited a discovery order concerning safety-related incidents to the period between 2010 and July 26th, 2012. The time period relates to the incidents themselves so any documents related to the Valencia incident which post-dated that incident was included, he said.
Channel Four was not entitled to documents regarding Ryanair’s policy and practices concerning employment and hiring of pilots in the five years to July 26th, 2012, the judge said. Allegations concerning the airline’s employment practices were really just a byproduct of the key allegation made in the programme, that the airline operates a potentially hazardous fuel policy, he said.
Dealing with documents sought by Ryanair from Channel Four, the judge ruled Ryanair was entitled to documents related to editorial decisions bearing on the entitlement of the defendants to invoke the defence of honest belief and fair and reasonable publication.
The airline was also entitled to documents related to research and investigations carried out by the defendants for the programme, the judge said.
The judge said journalists cannot normally be compelled to reveal their sources but that protection was not absolute. The issue of protection of sources was, at present, premature in this case, he said. If Channel Four wished to invoke protection of sources, it could set out the factual basis for that in an affidavit of discovery later, he said.
Nothing in the court’s judgment was to be taken as expressing any view how issues concerning sources should ultimately be determined, he stressed.
Mr Justice George Birmingham and Ms Justice Mary Irvine agreed with the judgment. Given the discovery outcome amounted to a “score-draw”, Mr Justice Birmingham said both sides should pay their own costs of the appeal.



RYANAIR NEWS NEGATIVE NEWS POSTED.RYANAIR CABIN CREW TERMINATION 60% Of NEW RECRUITS.

Due to the fact that this blog is generating between 300 to 400 visits a day from all over the world and we are not selling anything here, we have decided to change what is being posted here.Any negative news that relates to  Ryanair will be posted.
You are all aware Ryanair are the largest low cost airline in Europe (something they are proud of) with up to 1500 flights a day but Ryanair TERMINATE the largest probationary cabin crew in Europe also.This TERMINATE has no reflection  on the vast amount of flight but TERMINATION is PROFIT for Ryanair.
We expect even more people will visit Ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.com and let us hope even more young people wishing a career in aviation as cabin crew see this blog.

   ''DOOMED TO FAIL Mr O'LEARY''

31 Jul 2015

RYANAIR SENIOR MANAGEMENT Are SCUM.DECLAN DOONEY Of BROOKFIELD Is SCUM.

Ryanair senior management very interested in this blog post that relates to Scum bag Declan Dooney from Brookfield aviation..Glad to see Mr O'leary interested in Europe's no1 anti Ryanair campaigner..''doomed to fail Michael''.

 

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22 Jul 2015

RYANAIR DALMAC CABIN CREW RECRUITMENT DAY VIDEO.DON'T LET RYANAIR EXPLOIT YOU.CABIN CREW RECRUITER ANN McCRUDDEN MILLIONAIRE.

John lennon airport protest against Ryanair cabin crew recruitment for termination.. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-6bSCp8CnRik/TlkBrLL0EpI/AAAAAAAAAB0/5kOvjDUO-6s/s1600/protest+2.jpgJohn lennon airport protest against Ryanair cabin crew recruitment for termination.. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-6bSCp8CnRik/TlkBrLL0EpI/AAAAAAAAAB0/5kOvjDUO-6s/s1600/protest+2.jpgJohn lennon airport protest against Ryanair cabin crew recruitment for termination.. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-6bSCp8CnRik/TlkBrLL0EpI/AAAAAAAAAB0/5kOvjDUO-6s/s1600/protest+2.jpgpoetry featured were by Pat Wolohan, Kevin Thorp, Peader Clerkin, Ann McCrudden - See more at: http://cached.newslookup.com/cached.php?ref_id=474&siteid=2392&id=5076578&t=1393911121#sthash.CRbhGbOp.dpuf
poetry featured were by Pat Wolohan, Kevin Thorp, Peader Clerkin, Ann McCrudden - See more at: http://cached.newslookup.com/cached.php?ref_id=474&siteid=2392&id=5076578&t=1393911121#sthash.CRbhGbOp.dpuf

Hope you enjoy reading this David Bonderman and Michael O'Leary....
20% of cabin crew at Ryanair have a Ryanair contract.
80% of Ryanair cabin crew are on a probationary contract with Crewlink or Workforce International.This post relates to the 80% on a probationary contract.
poetry featured were by Pat Wolohan, Kevin Thorp, Peader Clerkin, Ann McCrudden - See more at: http://cached.newslookup.com/cached.php?ref_id=474&siteid=2392&id=5076578&t=1393911121#sthash.CRbhGbOp.dpuf
This post will show you one shell company set up by Ryanair to recruit thousands of young people wishing a career in aviation as cabin crew.We will also show you the wealth involved for a company called Dalmac in Rush which only makes the big bucks by Terminations.
Just before we start please view this youtube clip from Dalmac below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z19h_l8_yPQ
Dalmac's Facebook page below.
https://www.facebook.com/Dalmacaviation/info?tab=page_info

As you will see from the Dalmac youtube promotional video,young people believe this lie.An amazing life style working 10  hours in one day but only paid whilst the aircraft is airborne and up to four of these hours un-paid.Travel benefits which can cost you more than the public.With no job security as your on probation which could be for years if you last that long ,anytime you could be Terminated for little to no reason.No pension benefits or sickness benefits.If you are injured on board and try to claim, Ryanair will make it difficult for you to claim and eventually Ryanair will Terminate your contract.The 1,200 euro allowance will be deducted from your last months salary once your Terminated.
Nothing at Ryanair is FREE which includes tea,coffee and water on board..Training fee of up to 3,500 euro is deducted each month from your salary,with a high level of Terminations taken place once fully paid..The Bank of Ireland and Allied Irish Bank would give new recruits thousands of euros to pay for this  cabin crew training at Ryanair.
Ryanairdontcare Campaign received emails from many Terminated Ryanair cabin crew who not only lost their FAKE job but where being chased by the banks for the loan dept.
The Irish Banks continued to loan money for the Ryanair cabin crew training and turned a blind eye to the high level of Terminated Ryanair cabin crew who had taken out the loan and could not pay it back.The Bank Of Ireland are heavily involved with Ryanair when it comes to cabin crew salary.This bank will freeze your account once Terminated so no money can be withdrawn.Excluding the UK, all new recruited probationary cabin crew at Ryanair must open a bank account with The Bank Of Ireland.''ask yourself why''...
Ryanairdontcare Campaign are proud to have got these Ryanair cabin crew training loans stopped in 2011..

Let me start by introducing to a woman who is a millionaire thanks to recruitment of cabin crew for Ryanair.Her name is Ann McCrudden see her photo below.(the one talking)

                    Hello Mrs Ann McCrudden Director of Rush Community Council
                                      Hello Mrs Ann McCrudden in her poet mode

Ann McCrudden set a company called Fingal Language Institute Ltd e , of Main Street, Rush in Dublin in the 90s which teaches students the English language.In 2004 she set up a shell company called Dalmac Recruitment and Aviation who recruited and facilitated cabin crew training for young people all over Europe to become cabin crew at Ryanair.
At the same time Ann McCrudden opened a shell company called Workforce International Ltd who gave out probationary Ryanair cabin crew contracts.Why didn't Dalmac Recruitment and Aviation give these cabin crew contracts out.The maze is to set up shell companies to funnel the cash out from probationary Ryanair cabin crew who are recruited.
Ryanair pay Workforce International a hourly rate of pay for each recruited probationary cabin crew member(2000+ probationary cabin crew at any one time) with 50% of this hourly rate of pay kept by Workforce International.

Breakdown each month..
Ryanair pay Workforce International 30 per hour for 2000+probationary cabin crew
2000+ probationary cabin crew work (limit hours for safety) of 100 a month.
200,000 hours is paid by Ryanair to Workforce International at €30 per hour.
€6 million paid to Workforce International by Ryanair.
€3 million is paid in salary each month and €3 million each month kept by Workforce International.
€36 million each year is give by Ryanair to Workforce International with shareholders not being aware.
The new recruits must still be recruited and Terminated to keep the maze going.We at Ryanairdontcare Campaign call this recruited for Termination and was the main reason for this Campaign and Blog..
A new shell company has been set up now called Cabin Crew Europe doing the very same.These shell companies Crewlink and Dalmac will have you believe they are NOT connected and two separate recruitment agents.Look at Andrew Swan worked for both.
https://www.linkedin.com/pub/andrew-swan/44/5a5/279?trk=pub-pbmap

A much bigger shell company was set up by Ryanair called Crewlink Ireland Ltd who do the very same as Workforce International..Since 2008 Crewlink have Terminated 12,000 probationary Ryanair cabin crew.We are not sure how many Workforce International have Terminated but it is thousands.
Crewlink Ireland report below.
http://www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-and-tourism/airline-staff-supplier-crewlink-shows-10-rise-in-turnover-1.2249092#.VYAOJf2reZY.twitter


John said,
In the last three  years Anne McCrudden business (Dalmac Workforce International )could have had a profit of over 100 million.The majority of these millions have been paid by Ryanair for recruitment/contracts to probationary cabin crew with up to 60% of these probationary cabin crew being terminated before a 12th month period.This recruitment for termination has not only made huge amounts of money for Ryanair but also made Anne McCrudden a very wealthy lady.One luxury home and four large premises No 12, No 14, No 16 and No 18 Main Street Rush,a large building extension at the rear,gaining plenty of space to boost Ryanair recruitment for termination in the coming years(photos below). We can also confirm her involvement with St. Joseph's Secondary School Convent Lane,Rush, Co. Dublin. http://www.stjosephsrush.ie/node/161.
How very nice, Ms McCrudden is a Director of Rush Community Council and a Poet.You could not make this up..She also welcomes many Spanish students each summer to Rush outside Dublin showing them the real English Language with NO hint of Irish.Mrs McCrudden also enjoys Theatre Company involvement in Rush.''ONE GREAT ACTRESS''.
The article below was published a few years ago by a foreign journalist regarding Dalmac and Ann McCrudden which has no input from Ryanairdontcare Campaign.

ARTICLE....
Ryanair's shame
THIS NEWSPAPER has always admired the Ryanair success story.  Michael
O'Leary took on European protectionism and a car­tel of flag-carrier
airlines that, between them, fixed ridiculously high prices for air travel.

In doing so, he opened up the skies to mil­lions who had never flown before
and, more than anyone, has made hopping on a plane about as mysterious as
taking the bus was for a previous generation.

But, in doing so, he must be careful to maintain basic standards of decency.
Today, we raise questions about employment prac­tices for Ryanair cabin crew
which, although legal, reek of exploitation.

While we all want cheap fares, do we really want them on the back of Eastern
European crew members working for as little as ?15 a flight?

Surely not. The way these people are recruited, trained, tied in to bank
loans, con­tracted out and denied a basic salary seems little more than a
form of bonded slavery. If that is the real price of a cheap flight, then -
in our opinion - it is not worth it.

2. Article
YOUNG EASTERN EUROPEANS LURED HERE FOR AIR STEWARD JOBS COMPELLED TO WORK A
SIX DAY WEEK UNTIL TRAINING COURSE LOAN IS PAID OFF

Ryanair the no frills employer
IRELAND ON SUNDAY - SPECIAL INVESTIGATION - By Valerie Hanley - 5/12/04
No sick leave, pay for your own meals and the cost of cleaning uniform and
then earn ?15 a flight

SCARCELY A day goes by without Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary trumpeting his
own genius in cutting costs at the airline so his customers can travel to
Paris and back for less than the price of a pint.

So he flies you to an out-of-town airport, makes you pay for your own
sandwich, charges ?6 a kilo for excess baggage, removes the seat pocket in
front of you to cut down on cleaning time and even plasters the luggage bins
with ads, to gen­erate even more revenue.

They are all innovations that con­tribute to his swashbuckling leg­end and
place him firmly on the side of the consumer, fighting the crumbling
monopolies of Europe's formerly high-flying State-owned airlines.

What you are less likely to hear about are some of the other ways that
Ryanair cuts costs. In a bid to cushion profit margins from rising fuel
prices and to offset stiffer com­petition from rival firms, the airline has
employed a company to lure dozens of Eastern Europeans to this country. In
places such as Latvia, where the average monthly wage is ?300 - a quarter of
that earned by Irish workers on the minimum wage - it is not difficult to
convince young people burning with a desire to escape from grind­ing poverty
that far away hills are indeed greener.

They are seduced with the promise of:
  a.. earning an annual salary of approximately ?20,000, which is four or
five times more than they could possibly earn at home;
  b.. a jet-set lifestyle which guaran­tees them bonus payments each time
they board a plane;
  c.. a 12-month contract with an international airline;
  d.. airline tickets and transfers to Ireland to train as airline stewards;
  e.. accommodation with Irish host families while training in Ireland;
  f.. health insurance;
  g.. tax refunds.


Competition for this chance of a lifetime is keen. When recruiters arrive at
the Radisson Hotel in the Latvian capital of Riga to interview potential
candidates, they can see as many as 500 to 700 applicants a day. However,
only 50 at a time are selected to complete the five-week training course
which helps qual­ify them to work as airline cabin crew.

Applicants are interviewed in Latvia by representatives of Ryanair and a
Dublin recruitment firm, Dalmac. Based in Rush, Dal­mac runs language
courses which are approved by the Department of Education. Since opening its
doors for business 15 years ago, the company has become one of the leading
players in the language business, bringing huge num­bers of young Spanish
stu­dents here to learn English each summer.

Dalmac is run by husband­ and-wife team Anne and Desmond McCrudden and their
daughter, Laura, has also been involved.

The couple are also directors of a company called Workforce Inter­national
Contractors Limited, which has a three-year contract to provide Ryanair with
cabin crew.

This arrangement has obviously proved to be lucrative for the McCruddens.
Anne and her hus­band own a fleet of vehicles, including two vans and an
eye­-catching silver 04 Audi A4 two­-door convertible sports car worth in
excess of ?50,000.

Business is booming so much that the couple have decided to put their
spacious four-bedroom bungalow, located on the main road leading into Mrs
McCrud­den's home town of Rush, on the market so that they can move to more
exclusive surroundings. The asking price for their home, set on almost
three-quarters of an acre, is ?650,000.

Despite being a jet-setting career woman, Mrs McCrudden, 48, still manages
to find the time to play an active role in her local theatre group. She has
appeared in promi­nent roles in various productions such as Dancing At
Lughnasa with the Millbank Theatre Company in Rush.

Leaflets enticing young Latvians to train in Ireland as air stewards are
circulated by a company called Jartes. And according to Work­force
International director Anne McCrudden, Jartes is an agent for her company.

Training course costs ?3,000
Interested applicants are told they must submit a completed reg­istration
form, four colour photos, a medical certificate, a police clear­ance
certificate, two copies of their passport and a CV These docu­ments must be
supplied in English but, for a fee of ?114 Jartes offers to provide English
versions.

Potential candidates are also told the training course costs ?2,800 on
credit. However, by the time recruits sign training contracts in Latvia with
Dalmac they are informed that the cost of the course is ?3,000 and that they
can cover their fees by availing of a ?3,000 loan from Bank of Ireland. The
loan is repayable over 12 months and they must pay monthly installments of
?276. How­ever, the finer details of what they are signing up to are lost on
many of those applying because of their poor knowledge of English and their
overwhelming eagerness to make a good life for themselves.


It is not until they have signed a work contract with Dalmac's sister
company, Workforce International, that they realise all is not as it seems.

The contract offered to them states that: `This position is at all times
subject to the company holding a contract with Ryanair Ltd. In the event of
the company losing the contract to provide per­sonnel to the client, this
contract will automatically terminate.'

They also discover that they are locked into working for Ryanair until their
Bank of Ireland loans are cleared. But Bank of Ireland insists this
arrangement is not irregular.

This weekend, a bank spokesman said: `This is unsecured lending. This is
structured in a different way than normal, and all parties are happy.

`It is hard to determine what irregular means. This may not be regular
lending. These people do not have a repayment history with ourselves. It is
innovative with regard to how this has been set up,' added the spokesman.

Meanwhile, after beating stiff competition to get a place on the course,
candidates must pay to avail of the free flights to Ireland offered to them.
They can fly for free only on Ryanair only if they make their own way to a
Ryanair base.  As a result some recruits end up paying as much as ?100 to
travel by bus overland to connect with a Ryanair flight.

In addition, they must pay a ?750 deposit before leaving Latvia to cover
accommodation and other costs, including tuition. This is refunded only if a
trainee success­fully completes the course.

Those who fail suffer the same fate as Ryanair travelers who miss their
flights. There are no refunds avail­able.

Then, on arrival in Dublin, trainees discover that their glam­orous-sounding
international air­line steward training school is nothing more than a
Portakabin. Located at the back of the Dalmac language school in Main
Street, Rush, conditions there are basic, with trainees forced to sit almost
shoulder-to-shoulder in cramped classrooms.

They are so tightly packed together that those on the course struggle to
keep their eyes open while many find it difficult to con­centrate because of
the lack of fresh air.  The majority of these students spend only one short
lesson on board an aircraft before doing their final exam - but to qualify
as airline stewards, they must also spend three days on practice flights
with Ryanair.

All trainees must cover their own travel costs of getting on board these
flights - which must originate from a base outside Ireland.

'Not paid a penny for stand-by'
When these young Eastern Europeans eventually graduate from their training
course and practice flights, they are offered work contracts with Workforce
International - and their working conditions are shameful.

Instead of getting either the ?800-1000 basic monthly salary that many of
their Irish counterparts receive or the ?20,000 annual salary they thought
they were getting, they are paid only for the actual flights they work - and
the rates are dismal. They are paid a miserly ?15 for flights lasting less
than 105 minutes - an hour-and-three-quarters - and are entitled only to an
extra ?8 for longer flights.

However, they are not entitled to be paid for:
  a.. being at the airport one hour before scheduled departures;
  b.. the time they spend reporting to Ryanair head office at the end of
each working day;
  c.. sitting at home in full uniform waiting on stand-by to be called to
work;
  d.. `force majeure' days off from work. These days are allowed for absence
due to unforeseen circumstances and, under Irish law, all employees are
entitled to five such days off per annum with full pay;
  e.. being off work on sick leave. Instead staff must claim sickness
benefit from social welfare;
  f.. the cost of cleaning their airline uniforms, which they rent from the
company for ?30 a month.


In addition, they are not allowed to drink water, tea or coffee while on
board and they must pay for their meals.

However, they are paid commission earned on flight sales, are entitled to
?30 for the eight-hour days they may spend waiting at Ryanair airport bases
on standby to work, and they are paid ?60 for annual days off.

A source revealed: `These people work on six-day rotas. Waiting at home
dressed in full uniform, waiting for the phone to ring and call them to
work, is part of their usual working week.

`They are not paid a penny for it. It is only once in a blue moon that they
will be on airport standby and that is because the company has to pay them
for that. I think these people are being totally exploited.'

Both Ryanair and Workforce International deny that Latvian staff are working
below the national minimum wage. In a statement issued this weekend, Ryanair
said Workforce International staff contracted to work with the airline
insisted they were earning an annual salary of ?20,000. The company would
not be drawn on the fact that Latvian staff are paid only on a per-flight
basis.

Ryanair also denied that staff did not enjoy the same legal enti­tlements as
Irish workers, who are allowed five fully paid `force majeure' days.

It insisted that staff can get free water at Ryanair bases but would not
comment of whether they could get beverages free of charge on flights. Their
work contracts clearly state they must look after their own sustenance costs
while on board.

Meanwhile, a company spokesman stated that, regardless of nationality, staff
are not paid for stand-by days spent at home waiting for a call to work.

However, Workforce International director Anne McCrudden did confirm that
people con­tracted by her company to work for Ryanair do not receive a basic
salary, which some of their Irish colleagues are paid.

She also said that the payment of a ?750 deposit by Latvians before they
completed her training course was `for their own protection'.

'I told no one they would get a salary'
`Jartes are an agent in Riga. We are not linked to them. They send people
for interview,' said Mrs McCrudden. `I am shocked if they say in their
literature that people will get a basic salary.

`I haven't told anyone that they will get a basic salary. You had better
contact Jartes about that. The cost of training is ?3,000 and I don't know
why you are talking about ?2,800.

`There is no one on less than the minimum wage. Almost all of them would be
coming out with ?19,000 or ?20,000,' she added. 'We put the ?750 deposit in
place for their own protection. The loan comes into effect only on the last
day of the course and, if they fail, they lose only ?750, not ?3,000.

`The deposit pays for their accommodation, airport transfers, food etc. They
are gaining. We are losing on that,' she said.

Mrs McCrudden also denied that conditions at the training center were
cramped.




Links below of interest regarding Chief exploiter of young Ryanair cabin crew Ann McCrudden.















 http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/my-home-is-your-casa-1.186299

http://cached.newslookup.com/cached.php?ref_id=474&siteid=2392&id=5076578&t=1393911121

 https://www.linkedin.com/pub/andrew-swan/44/5a5/279?trk=pub-pbmap

 http://cavok-ryanair-cabincrew-scam.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/crewlinkryanair-sham-cabin-crew.html


 https://www.linkedin.com/company/groundlink-holding

 http://www.groundlink.pt/#!__en
 https://www.linkedin.com/company/crewlink-ireland-limited



 http://www.teagasc.ie/publications/fruit2000/paper4.asp

 http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/my-home-is-your-casa-1.186299

 http://ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/dalmac-language-school-scam-anne.html  report newspaper

This language school is open all year round. Courses are ... Dalmac language institute description: The ... contact: Anne McCrudden phone: 01-8437127 fax: 01-8437781 address: North Beach Rush County Dublin. Centre of ...

 http://www.solocheck.ie/Irish-Company/Workforce-International-Contractors-Limited-383055

 http://www.solocheck.ie/Irish-Company/Fingal-Language-Institute-Limited-168400

 http://www.skerriesnews.ie/files/decemberjanuary10.pdf

Ryanair will say Crewlink Ireland and Dalmac are totally independent recruiters bidding for the same young wannabe cabin crew.Clearly Andrew Swan below will tell you different. 
Andrew Swan take from Linked in.



General Manager at Crewlink Ireland Limited, Dalmac Recruitment and Aviation Services & NoBox HR Outsourcing Solutions
Ireland
Airlines/Aviation
Current
  1. NoBox HR Outsourcing Solutions,
  2. Crewlink ireland Limited,
  3. Dalmac Recruitment & Aviation Services
Previous
  1. Crewlink ireland Limited,
  2. Suhali,
  3. Consultant
Education
  1. Dublin Business School


The video below (2011) was taken at one of many peaceful protests outside Dalmac in Rush.As you can see they ran over my foot.


We must also point out that over 50 residences in Rush are used by Dalmac to provide accommodation for Spanish Language students and ALL Ryanair cabin crew training students at a cost of €500 a month which goes in the pockets of these residents..NO WONDER I AM NEVER WELCOME IN RUSH...


                                                Owned by Ann McCrudden
                                                Owed by Ann McCrudden
                                                   Owed by Ann McCrudden

St. Joseph's Secondary School Convent Lane,Rush, Co. Dublin.
        Ann McCrudden rents their class rooms when she has a high level of students.
They have been made aware of the high level of Termination of probationary Ryanair cabin crew at Workforce International.


Ms Patricia Hayden of St. Joseph's Secondary School are you taken money from Ann McCrudden knowing she is responsible all over Europe for Termination of thousands of young probationary cabin crew at Ryanair for profit. This post has been sent by email to Ms Hayden and the Archbishop of Dublin Reverend Dr Diamuid Martin.


                Ms Patrica Hayden School Principal with Archbishop of Dublin, 
                                    The Most Reverend Dr Diamuid Martin.


            Principal Ms Patricia Hayden of St. Joseph's Secondary School In Rush
If you listen to what Ms Hayden said ''a different man at Dalmac'' that is how Ryanair work, through a maze of companies.Follow the money...

DALMAC RYANAIR RECRUITMENT
   DAY JURY'S INN MANCHESTER
Today we went along to Manchester were Dalmac had a Ryanair probationary cabin crew recruitment day.You can see the video below.A breakdown of a few main points Ryanair or Dalmac will not tell this young students here today.
Breakdown.
60% of new recruited probationary cabin crew will be terminated for little to no reason under 12 months.Your training fee,uniform,on board commission and New Joiners Allowance will need to be paid once Terminated.Your bank account will be frozen once Terminated and any money still owed by you will be given to a dept collecting agency Daniels Silverman Limited who will chase you for this dept.See our video from 2012 below.

Dalmac Ryanair cabin crew recruitment day Jury's Inn Manchester today.Video below.


                  ''NICE TO SEE RYANAIR VERY BUSY ON THIS BLOG''

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Ryanairdontcare Campaigns roof top protest at John Lennon Airport against Crewlink and Dalmac Ryanair cabin crew recruitment.This protest was a news BLACKOUT.Merseyside Police where very embarrassed that in daylight a person with a 40ft ladder managed to scale the roof at the airport without being detected.. 



Dalmac recruitment Crown Plaza in Speke roof protest.
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/liverpool-news/mans-rooftop-protest-against-ryanair-3430793







DALMAC ANN McCRUDDEN. RYANAIR CABIN CREW RECRUITMENT SCAM EXPOSED.

Dalmac Ryanair cabin crew recruitment Scam next post.Not to be missed.Ann McCrudden of Dalmac multi millionaire thanks to TERMINATIONS of cabin crew at Ryanair.St. Joseph's Secondary School Convent Lane,Rush,Dublin.Dalmac Ryanair cabin crew recruitment scammer Ann McCrudden rents their class rooms when she has a high level of students, are St. Joseph's Secondary School taken money from Ann McCrudden knowing she is responsible for the Termination of thousands of young probationary cabin crew at Ryanair for profit. We have informed Principal Ms Patrica Hayden, time to inform The Most Reverend Dr Diamuid Martin Bishop of Dublin.

                                    Ms Patrica Hayden with the Bishop of Dublin.



Ryanair head office tracked on this blog yesterday and today waiting for my next post.
                        ''DOOMED TO FAIL Mr O'LEARY''



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19 Jul 2015

60 MINUTES AUSTRALIA ..THE RICHIE ALLAN SHOW MANCHESTER..WESTMINSTER CHILD ABUSE LONDON...

EVER PERSON ON FACEBOOK SHOULD SEE THESE THREE VIDEOS and SHARE THEM BEFORE THE UK GOVERNMENT TAKE THE DOWN.THESE VICTIMS ARE WHAT YOU CALL TRUE HEROES..Thank you to all the victims of child abuse.




60 MINUTES AUSTRALIA http://www.9jumpin.com.au/show/60minutes/videos/4361755991001/

http://www.9jumpin.com.au/show/60minutes/videos/4361836142001/

http://www.9jumpin.com.au/show/60minutes/videos/4361923189001/

We don't  publish articles on this blog that is not related to Ryanair but we are going to make an exception in this case because it is so very important that this information get's out.
A big thank you to one great true Irish Journalist Richie Allan.
https://www.facebook.com/therichieallenshow?fref=ts

The Richie Allan Radio Show. 
http://richieallenshow.com/

The Richie Allan youtube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCScsqqZi411nqVod1Uay0KQ/videos

John said,
It is no wonder the UK Government have not listened to the facts Ryanairdontcare Campaign have sent them or replied to our letters over the years that involve the exploitation of young cabin crew at Ryanair.They are not to be trusted.At least one great Irish journalist is listening to the victims of child abuse at Westminster....Adopted Mancunian Richie Allan below..



RYANAIRDONTCARE NO1 ANTI RYANAIR SITE ON RYANAIR GOOGLE HOME PAGE..CABIN CREW CAREER STAY AWAY FROM RYANAIR BECAUSE THEY WILL SCAM YOU..

If we thought it could not get any better Ryanairdontcare Campaign have hit Ryanair's first page on Google twice which is amazing.8th and 9th out of 25,200,000 posts.
There is nothing for sale on this blog just information which is vital for any young person wishing a career in aviation as cabin crew.Stay clear of Ryanair who will recruit you, charge you £ thousands and then TERMINATE you..






John said,
                  Personal Message To Michael O'Leary..
                     ''Doomed To Fail Michael'' 
                           See you in September  

16 Jul 2015

RYANAIR BUSY CHECKING BLOGGER...RYANAIRDONTCARE CAMPAIGN..

Over the last few days Ryanair have spent hours checking this blog.We hope it keeps you busy Mr O'Leary..Click below and see what Ryanair have been looking at

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