12 Sep 2011


    Letter below was sent to O'Leary and Bonderman on 21st August 2011.   29th August came O'Leary's reply to which came my reply on
                                                                                                            21st August 2011

Ryanair Head Office
Dublin Airport

Dear Mr O'Leary (Mr Bonderman),

In reply to your latest alleged rambling correspondence of 8th August 2011.

I must point out, correspondences regarding termination of my daughter and so many young probationary cabin crew at Ryanair, is a serious matter which as CEO of Ryanair you must deal with.

You continue to blame terminated probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew who are still being left in a foreign land after Termination and penniless at the hands of Ryanair, even though you wish to blame Crewlink for these issues.
You can not hide the fact that Ryanair employ and terminated more probationary cabin crew than any other airline Mr O'Leary, does this make you proud of employment figures Mr O'leary.......
Your continues boastful attitude that Ryanair create so many cabin crew jobs is a poor reflection on the true facts that so many are terminated to make way for new recruits who pay a large training fee for their own job.
Ryanair's probationary crew are commercially abused by Ryanair for profit and the main reason for RyanairDontCare Campaign being set up.

I am astonished that yet again attendance issues you allege regarding my daughter Sarah have increased to 27 out of 53 days rostered. Mr O'Leary you have failed in your attempt to justify Sarah's termination in 2008 and now is the time for an Independent Investigation into all employment records Ryanair,crewlink and we hold in relation to Sarah's termination.
I would hope you agree to this as a way forward in getting to the truth of this termination as your correspondences and meeting with you have fail this truth.
Protests will continue against Ryanair, senior management and so called 3rd party providers of training and recruitment with no fear Mr O'Leary.

As for the love of my children Mr Michael O'leary,i do not think you are in any position to lecture me on loving my children, maybe it is you who needs this lesson of a father's true love,'' just check out our RyanairDontCare Campaign'' for this.

John Foley

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


                                                                                            8th September 2011
Ryanair Head Office
Dublin Airport

Dear Mr O’Leary and Mr Bonderman,

In reply to your correspondence of 29th August 2001.

Firstly I ask again for an Independent Investigation into my daughter’s recruitment, employment and termination at Ryanair in 2008.

Ryanairdontcare Campaign was originally set up regarding Sarah’s termination at Ryanair in 2008.After being contacted by so many young probationary ryanair cabin crew who had also been terminated a pattern started to develop, being the reason why I refer to other probationary ryanair cabin crew. Ryanair’s  recruitment literature on your careers section of www.ryanair.com clearly states, successful completion of probation makes you eligible for a position directly employed with Ryanair after 6 months.Do you have a percentage of this vast majority you talk about in your correspondence Mr  O’Leary………..
Your claim that I continue to ignore facts are not true Mr O’Leary.
CREWLINK and StJAMES were set up by Ryanair or Ryanair family members as a way to commercially abuse, not only my daughter but many young people all over Europe wishing to become cabin crew.
Ryanair are guilty of wrecking so many young peoples career in aviation for profit, I hold you Mr O’Leary and David Bonderman  (TPG Capital co founder)  responsible.

Your continues boastful claims to employ so many thousands of probationary cabin crew each year, is your way of convincing Governments of not only high tourism levels but employment levels of so many young people all over Europe as probationary cabin crew for Ryanair. Termination levels you seem to hide away from even thought Mr McNamara stated a 30% level of Crewlink probationary contracts were terminated in 2008 but failed to include DALMAC/WORKFORCE.
Termination levels of cabin crew either contracted or probation are the highest in Europe if not world wide, to which you and Mr Bonderman should be ashamed of.
Your boastful comments of the Joe Duffy show in January 2011, is a very clear boast, even though you state 2500 Ryanair trained cabin crew are on your Ryanair waiting list for employment but Ryanair continue to have up to 30 recruitment days each month this year from CREWLINK, DALMAC, StJAMES and CAVOK….Recruiting for training fee’s Mr O’leary which leads to Recruitment for Termination.

Ryanairdontcare Campaign will continue to protest as stated in my past correspondences, also as a way of informing young new recruits of the faults of recruitment, employment and termination as probationary cabin crew at Ryanair, which you have failed to address either in person or in your correspondences.
It gives me great pleasure that yet again your repeated reference to ‘’failed campaign’’ and now ‘’pointless protests’’ are your way of talking down the success of Ryanairdontcare Campaign.
Things have changed and will continue to do so, mainly the Allied Irish Banks decision to cancel the Ryanair cabin crew training loan as a direct result of information Ryanairdontcare Campaign gave to Dan O’connor. No terminated probationary cabin crew at Ryanair in 2011 will be left with a huge bank training dept, in some cases amounting to thousands of Euros.
Ryanair have no more quick training payments from the AIB which will lead to lower recruitment levels.

Sarah’s attendance issues, termination and paper proof evidence given to me by Ryanair are  incorrect, being the reason for my request for an Independent Investigation.
Protests in Dublin will be a priority and intimidation or threats of violence through any person contacted to Ryanair will not deter my 100% committed Ryanairdontcare Campaign.

John Foley

RyanairDontCare Campaign     ‘’An Injury To One Is An Injury To All’’

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