Someone inside of the IAA is simply not doing their job properly.....We are not talking about safety at ground level,we are talking about safety in mid air which should be priority....We all know the dealings of Ryanair,we all know the working principles of David Bonderman and Michael O'Leary,,,,PROFIT first.
The general public and Crew at Ryanair must be protected and the IAA are a disgrace to the wording ''AVIATION''....
Mistakes are being made by Pilots and no blame to them.Fatigue and Stress is brought on by Ryanair Management as a Priority for Profit....Exploit is their way......
It saddens Ryanairdontcare Campaign that DEATHS in the Sky's could be a very strong possibility in the near future and action must be taken NOW.....
18.104.22.168 Duty rosters will be prepared and published sufficiently in advance to provide the
opportunity for crew members to plan adequate rest.
22.214.171.124 Ryanair will plan local days free of duty and notify crew members in advance.
BIG LIE, AND BIG STRESS FACTOR! A LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE SEEN THEIR ROSTER COMING OUT ON FRIDAY, BEING SURPRISED SUDDENLY FLYING OUT OF BASE THE NEXT MONDAY, WITH NO NOTICE ON FOREHAND. NOT ABLE TO ARRANGE ADEQUATE REST, HOTEL AND(MOSTLY INDIRECT) POSITIONING
WHAT IS 'ADEQUATE' REST btw?
126.96.36.199 Ryanair shall nominate a home base for each crew member,
188.8.131.52 Home Base: The location nominated by Ryanair to the crew member from where the crew
member normally starts and ends a duty period or a series of duty periods.
HOME BASE? WHICH IS CHANGED EVERY WEEK? WHAT IS SAID BY 'NORMALLY STARTS''?
184.108.40.206 Ryanair appreciates the relationship between the frequencies and pattern of flight
duty periods and rest periods and gives due consideration to the cumulative
effects of undertaking long duty hours interspersed with minimum rest.
WHAT ABOUT FLYING OUT OF BASE, ON A 7/2 ROSTER, WITH INDIRECT POSITIONING FLIGHTS? IS THAT ''APPRECIATED''?
220.127.116.11 Ryanair allocates duty patterns which avoid undesirable practises such as
alternating day/night duties or the positioning of crew members, so that a serious
disruption of established sleep/work pattern does not occur.
WORKING OUT OF BASE, WITH NON DIRECT POSITIONING FLIGHTS IS A SERIOUS DISRUPTION OF SLEEP/WORK....
18.104.22.168 Ryanair rosters will ensure that rest periods provide sufficient time to enable crew
to overcome the effects of the previous duties and to be well rested by the start of
the following flight duty period.
22.214.171.124 Ryanair rosters will ensure that flight duty periods are planned to enable crew
members to remain sufficiently free from fatigue so they can operate to a
satisfactory level of safety under all circumstances.
NONSENSE, WHEN FLYING OUT OF BASE ON A 7/2 ROSTER ALL THE TIME.
NONSENSE, WHEN THE FRIDAY'S ROSTER SUDDENLY STATES YOU HAVE TO FLY OUT OF BASE THE NEXT MONDAY.
AND... LETS SKIP THE TOPIC, LETS GET TO WORK & FATIGUE.
7.1.4 Crew Members' Responsibilities
126.96.36.199 A crew member shall not operate an aeroplane if he/she knows that he/she is
suffering from or is likely to suffer from fatigue or feels unfit, to the extent that
the flight may be endangered.
SO THEY MESS UP, BUT THEY PUT THE RESPONSIBILITY WITH THE ''FREELANCE'' PILOT WHO HAS TO COPE WITH ALL THE COMPANY STRESS.
LET S SEE WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU CALL OFF ON EARLY, BECAUSE YOU FEEL TIRED. ITS ALL DAYS STBY THEREAFTER, UNTIL YOU HAD UR MEETING IN STANSTED
188.8.131.52 Crew members shall make optimum use of the opportunities and facilities for rest
provided and plan and use their rest periods properly.
PLAN? HOW CAN YOU PLAN IN THIS CHAOS?
184.108.40.206 Operating Crew Member
A crew member who carries out his/her duties in an aircraft during a flight or
during any part of a flight.
The transferring of a non-operating crew member from place to place, at the
behest of the operator, excluding travelling time
220.127.116.11.1 Travelling time is defined as:
• Time from home to a designated reporting place and vice verse
• Time for local transfer from a place of rest to the commencement of duty and
18.104.22.168 All the time spent on positioning is counted as duty.
SO POSITIONING, WHEN FLYING OUT OF BASE AS A BROOKFIELDER, SHOULD BE COUNTED AS DUTY TIME, SHOULD BE SCHEDULED ON YOUR ROSTER BY THE ROSTERING DEPT. AND SHOULD NOT BE DONE DURING YOUR DAYS OFF.
22.214.171.124.1 Ryanair will have to demonstrate to the Irish Aviation Authority that using
operational experience and taking into account other relevant factors, including
current scientific knowledge, that its approval for reduced rest produces an
equivalent level of safety.
SAFETY… MOST MISTAKES ARE BEING MADE DUE TO FATIGUE…
WHY IS THE Irish Aviation Authority ACCEPTING THIS OUT OF BASE FLYING SCAM OFF RYANAIR?
AND WHO IS DEMONSTRATING WHAT TO WHO? THE Irish Aviation Authority?
How can this be happening...It makes me sick to the bone and i may say i am glad NOW my daughter is not working as Cabin Crew at Ryanair...She is safe but i still feel for other crew members ......Time for action now.....