Ryanairdontcare book release in 2017 will expose many things Ryanair don't want you know about,not only ripping off passengers but exploiting thousands of Cabin Crew and Pilots bringing in £millions each month.The real Ryanair chief David Bonderman & Michael O'Leary will not want this book published.Please help support this book as the real truth about Ryanair needs to be exposed.
23 Jun 2012
RYANAIR CABIN CREW NEW RECRUITS...........RYANAIRDONTCARE'S BLOG....SEE HOW LONG BEFORE THIS POST IS TAKEN DOWN BY ''Ryanair'' SORRY I MEAN CABINCREW.COM ....RECRUITMENT SCAM....
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WARNINGS about working for Ryanair
#1WARNINGS about working for RyanairPosted 15/06/2012 at 13:55
Hi everyone!!! I read in the website Ryanairdontcarecrew that 1) 60% of New recruited Probationary Ryanair Cabin Crew are Terminated before 12 months (and this affects permanently the person’s curriculum when applying for other Airline companies), 2) new recruits are given a salary that after taxes amounts to barely a half of the promised 1,100-1,400 € and 3) the Crewlink Training Course itself involves great stress, sleepless nights for the huge study load and considerable extra expenses for food and transportation. Is there anyone who attended the Crewlink Course in Hahn and worked for Crewlink and Ryanair that can provide me a clearer idea about the whole thing? Because I know that maybe it’s the actual truth, but what this site published was really disheartening for me and now I’m scared about wasting my money and my time … Thank you!!!!
Hi, I've worked for Ryanair for just over two months :)
1) It's hard to get fired if you don't ever do anything wrong! Don't take unnecessary sick days, show up on time, well groomed, do your job right...they can't fire you.
2) I've had 2 salaries, that AFTER tax deductions, uniform deductions and Crewlink course costs, still amount to over £1000.
3) haha training with Crewlink WAS very stressful - they're unhelpful, untrustworthy and completely disorganised. The actual teachers/instructors are amazing, but the 6 weeks there was HARD, mentally and physically.
With all that said, I love the job, more than I thought I would. The crew are all so nice and friendly, and once you get the hang of the job it's not that hard.
If you WANT to fly, do it, that's my advice.
This makes me so happy that new recruits are aware of exploitation at
Ryanair....That is all i can do for them it is their choice to join this Recruitment Scammed Airline.