As the heat steps up against Ryanair over the 3 mayday incidents, Ryanair seem to be fearless of any action that would or could be taken by aviation authorities against them,namely the (IAA) Irish Aviation Authority who make a large amount of revenue from Ryanair.It must also be pointed out that 8 former Ryanair employees are now IAA employees.Pilots,Cabin Crew and aviation unions show little faith in the IAA when it comes to Ryanair.Ryanair seem to be a LAW to themselves.
Many incidents of safety on board Ryanair's flight have been brought to the attention of the IAA to no avail,latest being the emergency seats being left empty when able body passengers should be placed in them.Ryanair charge passengers 10 euro extra for this leg room seat.
This seat issue is very serious to which the IAA are investigating but do not hold your breath.
In 2010 serious safety breach on board Ryanair were sent to Ryanairdontcare Campaign by a whistleblower inside Ryanair which showed lives were being put at risk by Ryanair to maximise profit with on board sales.Information included 6 photos of the serious breach were sent to Boeing in the U.S,(as Boeing safety policy was breached), Civil Aviation Authority in the UK and Irish Aviation Authority based in Dublin.
No reply was ever sent to Ryanairdontcare Campaign but within hours of these serious safety breaches being posted on our first Blog RYANAIRDONTCARE, this Blog was closed down by Google.
We can confirm that Boeing and Google were tracked visiting the old Blog hours before it was closed.
Tracking record below....MAKE YOUR OWN MIND UP WHY THE BLOG WAS CLOSED............
The Boeing Company (188.8.131.52) 0 returning visits
Renton, Washington, United States
(No referring link)
11 May 201122:49:40
Ryanairdontcare Campaign have contacted the IAA many times in writing regarding safety and security issues which is putting the lives of not only passengers but crew at risk by Ryanair.The IAA are aware of the issues Ryanairdontcare Campaign's founder John Foley has with Ryanair regarding the recruitment,employment and termination rate of probationary Ryanair cabin crew,with termination being as high as 60% in the first 12 months before any legal employment protection comes into place.
Yet again we must pointed out that 8 former Ryanair employees are now IAA employees.
'' 3 Maydays 26th July 2012 ''
We must point out that never before in aviation history has a Low Cost Airline made 3 mayday calls in the very same day.A record i am sure Mr Bonderman,Mr O'Leary and senior management at Ryanair are proud of.
As you can hear from Evan Cullen from the pilot union in Ireland,who is a pilot and Stephen McNamara who is PR Spin doctor,Ryanair trying their best to brush off these 3 mayday calls which did put lives at risk. McNamara said Ryanair do not put fuel before safety,one great lie from the PR Spin Doctor as Ryanair's priority is PROFIT to Shareholders which you can read on the Ryanair year report...
Rte radio report below...
Passengers and crew at Ryanair need the IAA to stop ignoring these serious safety issues and act before it is to late,does it need a Ryanair flight to crash with the loss of many lives before they act.
Ryanair's airline operating licence should be taken and better still a total boycott is needed till all senior Ryanair management are dismissed..
Report below has Mr O'Leary attacking the Spanish government instead of protecting the safety of passengers and crew at Ryanair.Mr O'Leary yet again putting profit before lives...
In 2009 a whistle blower from inside Ryanair sent us a Quote from Mr O'Leary,which is even more believable now ''We Can Loose 2 Aircraft With All Passengers On Board Before People Will Stop Flying With Us''.
Our campaign has been saying all along that Ryanair put profit before safety and lives are at risk.We must also point out that the pressure and exploitation placed by Ryanair on pilots who fly their aircraft,costs lives, reference GOOGLE Paul Ridgard.....Ryanair use Pilots as tools,break one then just buy a new one;;;;;
I must point out that Stephen McNamara keeps saying the industry is heavily regulated,,,,Guess who regulates......................................(IAA) Irish Aviation Authority were 8 former Ryanair employees now work...If you view the RTE video clip below
http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/0816/ryanair-spain.html We are informed that the(IAA) Irish Aviation Authority are investigating these 3 maydays in one day at Ryanair with the findings NOT being made public.
I REST MY CASE....................