5 Oct 2015


Wednesday the 23rd September Ryanairdontcare Campaign founder John Foley set off from Liverpool to Dublin like he does this time every year for the past five, to protest outside the Ryanair Annual General Meeting with regards to Ryanair's recruitment and high termination rate of young probationary cabin crew all paying up to £3000 to train.A bus and ferry crossing to Dublin is the chosen route which takes eight hours.
What was very pleasing this year was the fact that Ryanair had changed the location of the AGM from their new head office in swords to the radisson hotel at Dublin airport.
This change of location must have cost Ryanair a tidy sum which is great news.
In 2014 Ryanair left their old head office at Dublin airport for the new Ryanair head office in swords which was a great setting and saved Ryanair a tidy sum of money in 2014 but not in 2015 as Michael O'Leary thought.

                                        Ryanair's old head office Dublin airport

               Ryanair's new head office in 2014.Photo taken at 2014 AGM protest

              Protest Videos below outside the RyanairAGM in 2014 at their new office.

 2014 was a great year for Ryanairdontcare Campaign.It was the first time a peaceful protest was allowed to take place outside of Ryanair's head office as the AGM took place inside.Ryanair would always use the radisson hotel at Dublin airport and it benefited Ryanair because protests are not allowed in any part of the airport under a by-law.Soon as the airport police are called you have to leave or face arrest, which gives you not even enough time to get your banners out.See the 2010 Ryanair AGM protest at the radisson hotel main entrance below.
So in 2014 outside the new Ryanair AGM in swords the airport by-law could not be used so Ryanair employed many guards to keep Ryanairdontcare Campaign away from the main entrance which failed miserable.See videos above.
Ryanair called the Garda (Irish police) who told them to leave me alone and i could continue my peaceful protest.The BBC twitted our protest that day plus a camera man did a 30 minute interview outside.Ryanair's David Bonderman and Michael O'Leary were not very happy to see this protest being one of the best publicised in recent years.

In 2015 Ryanair decided to change the location of their AGM back to the radisson hotel because of the by-law stopping protests at the airport from  taking place,which failed miserable yet again..As i arrived at the AGM around 8,30am on 24th September 2015 i was greeted by a Ryanair manager and Two Ryanair security guards, one of which assaulted me twice before, once being a serious assault which he was never charged with instead i was arrested by the Garda (Irish police) released with no charges two hours later.
                    Video below showing start of protest at Ryanair AGM 2015.
Sorry for the bad language but this Ryanair security guard with his mate has assaulted me twice before at Ryanair AGM protests with one being a serious assault.

I was also approached by two Garda detectives (Irish police) and one airport police officer who talked to the Ryanair manager and his security guards and told me they had ask them to stay away from me and i was allowed to continue this peaceful protest outside the Ryanair AGM.It was a total shock that both sets of police agreed to let me continue this protest.You should have seen the face of the Ryanair manager and his security guards.(great sight)..The protest went on for 90 minutes and a share holder came outside to talk with me.He informed me that he had asked a question inside the AGM meeting, why was the very same protester for five years still protesting outside..BLOODY GREAT NEWS,after six years of campaigning in was talked about at the Ryanair AGM.

                                   Two Garda detectives outside Ryanair AGM

Second protest of the day was back at the new Ryanair head office in Swords.I was there for four hours and Michael O'Leary passed by without saying hello..

   Ryanair manager greeting me.Decent guy just doing what he is told by Mr O'Leary.
If you know the name of this Ryanair employee below please comment anonymously below.Thank you.

                                    John Foley outside Ryanair new head office.

The last 12 months has been a great year for Ryanairdontcare Campaign's blog www.ryanairdontcarecrew.blogspot.com which has been viewed 1,3 million times
helping young people to see the exploitation involved at Ryanair in their cabin crew recruitment.Ryanair through their shell company Crewlink Ireland have stepped up recruitment days in Europe with 43 taking place in July 2015.I would hope these increased recruitment days are a way in showing cabin crew recruitment levels at Ryanair are down.Campaign and protests will continue Mr O'Leary ''doomed to fail''...

John said,
On 20th June 2015 the British Daily Mirror run a story which was a third of a page with the headline Ryanairunfair which was a reference to this blog Ryanairdontcare.

The story was taken from this blog and spun by the Daily Mirror.I talked about this to the Ryanair manager in the video about,he commented that i was doing the work for the paper, any publicity is good publicity Mr O'Leary you know that..
Daily mirror report below.

1 Oct 2015


RYANAIR'S DARRELL HUGHES Deputy Director of Personnel is a SCUM BAG.

Darrell Hughes has got blood on his hands regarding the treatment of Ryanair Pilot Mr Paul Ridgard. Hughes 10 years at Ryanair has seen him amused  by his humiliating of Ryanair crew for personal satisfaction. Bullying of others gives him a sense of empowerment. There clearly is a element of personal satisfaction in his acts of intimidation of those who are powerless in the Ryanair system.

       Real Important Pilot at Ryanair Mr Paul Ridgard

                 Ryanair Have Blood On Their Hands


John said,

Have not forgot about you Scum Bag Darrell Hughes...  

Scum Bag Darrell Hughes


28 Sep 2015


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27 Sep 2015

What if Ryanair conditions were your conditions ..BOYCOTT RYANAIR NOW...

Ryanair Europe's Greatest Exploiter Of Young Cabin Crew.Paying probationary cabin crew £10 a flight.Charging £340 for uniform.Only paid when flight is airborne.Training fee of £2000.Termination rate of 60% of new recruited young probationary cabin crew under a 12 month period..46 recruitment days a month.More Ryanair recruit the more Ryanair terminate.Per hour rate of pay Scam through Shell company Crewlink Ireland earning 100's of millions £...Some of the reason Ryanair don't want unions involved.


Change.org Petitioning of Ryanair has worked.Ryanair to carry AEDs (defibrillators) on all aircraft from November 2015..EASYJET PUT PASSENGERS FIRST.RYANAIR PUT PROFIT FIRST.

Change.org Petitioning of Ryanair has worked.Ryanair to carry AEDs (defibrillators) on all aircraft from November 2015...

Change.org are pleased to confirm that Ryanair has posted this welcome news in an article on the media section of its own consumer website.

This important development means that around 100 million passengers per year will now be more 'heart safe' than before while flying with Ryanair. Given the 60,000+ sudden cardiac arrests out-of-hospital each year in the UK alone, it is almost certain that an AED will be deployed on a Ryanair flight at some juncture. If just one life is saved, then your signature on this petition will have been worthwhile, so thank you.

While the objective of this petition will have been achieved once I have seen an AED on a Ryanair flight, I hope that other airlines who still do not carry an AED will now act responsibly, follow Ryanair and change their policy. We can all play our part by challenging them when we catch our flights or make our bookings.

In a wider context, the responsibility for ensuring that the number of deaths from sudden cardiac arrest in the UK is reduced lies with all of us:-

* Government, both central and local; to ensure that legislation is changed to make the provision of AEDs mandatory in all public buildings (just like fire safety equipment);

*Businesses need to take more responsibility for their staff and customers by training staff in CPR and providing access to an AED,

*Most importantly, we as private individuals should all learn how to perform CPR and make sure we know the location of the nearest AED to our workplace, sports or social club and our home. If an AED is more than two minutes away from you, it is too far. You can help to change this by campaigning and helping to raise the funds to obtain one for your community, workplace or social and sports clubs.

Good luck and thank you!

John said,
Ryanair should have followed Easyjet's example in installing a defibrillators on all of their aircraft before the death of a passenger.This will prove to the public that Ryanair put profit PRIORITY not like Easyjet who put the safety of passengers first.So the next time you book a Low Cost flight follow the airline that puts passenger safety first.

23 Sep 2015


Ryanair have been very busy looking at this blog over the last two days.Their AGM location on 24th September 2015 has been changed because of our Ryanairdontcare Campaign.Look at our tracking below.

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22 Sep 2015

RYANAIR CHANGE Annual General Meeting 24th September 2015 BECAUSE OF PROTESTER..RYANAIRDONTCARE CAMPAIGN..See You Soon Michael O'Leary..

Ryanair Holdings plc
 Held their Annual General Meeting on
September 25th 2014 at their new head
office Airside Business Park Swords 
Co Dublin Ireland at 9am.
Ryanairdontcare Campaign staged a peaceful protest highlighting the foul treatment of Ryanair management towards cabin crew that are recruited and contracted through Ryanair SHELL company Crewlink Ireland who conduct a per hour rate of pay SCAM on their cabin crew.You can see the videos of this protest below.

Ryanair Holdings plc
 Will hold their Annual General Meeting on 24th September 2015 (not at their new head office) at Radisson Blu Hotel, Dublin Airport, Co. Dublin, Ireland at 9am.
           '' LOCATION CHANGED ''
John said,
Sorry to alter your AGM plans Mr Bonderman and Mr O'Leary ( NOT ) .Due to the high level of Ryanair security guards in the past AGM's, the assaults towards me at these peaceful protests, i am glad to inform Mr David Bonderman and Mr Michael O'Leary '' SEE YOU AT THE Radisson ''
I would hope the Gerda (Irish Police) would show a duty of care towards me which has been lacking at these AGM protests over the years.
Assaulted by Ryanair security on two separate Ryanair AGM protests, arrested,placed in the airport police cell till AGM had finished.
Protest VIDEOS to follow next post...Six years and still protesting strong..


British Queen's Council Mr Justice Hand said Declan Dooney from Brookfield Aviation  is a LIAR..Ryanairdontcare Campaign say he is a SCUM BAG.http://www.rte.ie/news/2013/0729/465324-ryanair-pilots-employment-arrangements-criticised/

British Queen's Council Mr Justice Hand said Brookfield Aviation's Commercial manager Declan Dooney is a Liar.Declan Dooney the manager of Brookfield Aviation is the ex-head of Ryanair HR, Declan Dooney left Ryanair to set up the desired pilot contract workforce for Ryanair.
Declan Dooney is leaving Brookfield to start work at Ryanair's Shell company Crewlink Ireland who SCAM cabin crew.
With 100's of millions £ profit (which shareholders are not aware of ) each year through per hour rate of pay SCAM Dooney is the right SCUM BAG to continue this SCAM.
With the Ryanair AGM fast approaching Ryanair shareholders need to wake up to the shell companies set up by Ryanair.

John said.
Three photos of SCUM BAG Declan Dooney about.

20 Sep 2015

Ryanair faces CAA enforcement action for breach of consumer law..AGM PROTEST 25th SEPTEMBER 2015..See you soon Mr O'Leary.

Ryanair faces CAA enforcement action for breach of consumer law....

Legal steps to ensure Ryanair changes its policy on paying flight delay compensation
• CAA takes enforcement action to ensure UK passengers are protected with essential consumer rights
• Latest enforcement phase follows successful CAA action against Jet2, Aer Lingus and Wizz Air 

As part of its on-going campaign to safeguard the rights of UK air passengers, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched enforcement action against Ryanair. 

This action follows a review by the regulator that found Ryanair is not complying fully with European consumer law designed to support passengers following flight disruption. Ryanair is now required to make policy changes or face the prospect of further enforcement steps leading to court action, if the airline remains non-compliant. 

This is the latest phase of enforcement activity following the CAA’s comprehensive six month review of airlines’ policies in relation to the support they offer to disrupted passengers. The review was designed to ensure that airlines comply with the European regulations, as confirmed recently by the UK courts, safeguarding passengers’ rights and providing for compensation as a result of flight disruption. The CAA investigated the largest 15 airlines operating in the UK, representing 80 percent of all passenger traffic and published its first compliance report earlier this year.

In its initial response to the CAA, Ryanair set out how it was dealing with flight delay compensation claims where delays have been caused by a routine technical fault. In addition, the airline confirmed its treatment of claims received from customers dating back up to six years from the disrupted flight. 

Following a further review of the information presented to the CAA by Ryanair, as well as additional information provided following formal requests for further information and analysis of passenger complaints data, the CAA has concluded that:

• It is not satisfied that Ryanair is dealing with compensation claims for disruption caused by routine technical faults in line with applicable consumer law – this is despite the UK Court of Appeal (in the case of Jet2.com v Huzar) clarifying how such claims are to be treated and assurances given to the CAA by Ryanair; and, 

• Ryanair is attempting to impose a contractual two-year time limit, from the date of the flight, for passengers to issue compensation claims at court – despite previously publicly committing to a six year time limit and in spite of the UK Court of Appeal (Dawson v Thomson Airways) ruling that passengers have up to six years to issue such claims at court.

The CAA is pursuing legal action under Part 8 of the Enterprise Act 2002, mandating Ryanair to change its policies to give its passengers the support and compensation they are entitled to.

Andrew Haines, Chief Executive of the CAA, said:
"The law is clear that compensation must be paid if a flight is delayed for more than three hours by a routine technical fault. It is also clear that air passengers have up to six years to issue a compensation claim at court. This position was reaffirmed by the Court of Appeal last year.

"The CAA is committed to protecting the rights of air passengers and we are determined to ensure all airlines comply with this regulation. That is why we are announcing this latest action against Ryanair today as our recent work has shown that they are not complying with this consumer law.

“Our review of airline policies has already led to Jet2, Aer Lingus and Wizz Air changing their position. We will do everything in our power to ensure that passengers are receiving the support they need, and are legally entitled to, during and after disruption.”

The CAA is now completing its second compliance report which is reviewing a further 16 airlines’ policies and which is due to be published by the end of the year. If any of these airlines are found to be in breach of consumer law, the CAA will not hesitate to use its powers to launch further enforcement action to ensure that their passengers receive the legal rights to which they are entitled.