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18 Sep 2012

RYANAIR SAFETY ISSUES DEALT ;;YOUR GREAT'' FROM IRISH AVIATION AUTHORITY WHO HAVE 8 FORMER RYANAIR EMPLOYEES ON THEIR BOOKS..SMELLS LIKE A ''RAT''.....IRISH GOVERNMENT Turn A Blind Eye....PROFIT PRIORITY....

Ryanairdontcare Campaign can confirm that Spanish & Irish Transport Departments met with the Irish Aviation Authority in Dublin today regarding safety issues..It must be pointed out that no other airline in Europe has been such a worry as Ryanair.More and more people and organisations are becoming aware of Profit before safety policies at Ryanair.
As you can see from the report below, Ryanair have jumped on the wording ''  The Irish authorities gave an assurance of the rigorous oversight of Ryanair's operations and of their satisfaction with safety standards, which they said were on a par with the safest airlines in Europe''.

This statement above did not come from either the Irish or Spanish government, it came from the Irish Aviation Authority,the Authority will 8 former Ryanair employees on its books...http://www.u.tv/News/Spanish-delegates-discuss-Ryanair-safety/a224ee1b-85ac-4b2d-a0cd-6a6b85d60c8a

The article below is from Ryanair.com and an offer of a visit to see the company.Ryanairdontcare Campaign can confirm that inspections of Ryanair's aircraft is no secret,Ryanair are informed prior to any inspection of their aircraft ''FACT''. 

RYANAIR WELCOMES STATEMENT FROM IRISH & SPANISH GOVTS

AFFIRMS RYANAIR’S SAFETY STANDARDS ARE ON A PAR WITH SAFEST EU AIRLINES
RYANAIR INVITES SPANISH TO INSPECT ITS OPERATIONS
Ryanair, Spain’s largest airline, welcomed today’s (18 Sept) joint statement from the Irish and Spanish Transport Ministries which affirms that Ryanair’s safety standards are on par with the safest airlines in Europe.
Ryanair had invited the Spanish Ministry to send a team of inspectors to Dublin to correct any (misplaced) concerns about Ryanair’s compliance with Europe’s highest operating and maintenance standards by providing them with unfettered access to Ryanair operating, maintenance and flight training facilities and unlimited access to Ryanair’s safety, flight management, engineering and maintenance personnel.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said
“We welcome today’s joint statement from the Irish and Spanish Governments which affirms that Ryanair’s safety standards are on a par with the safest airlines in Europe.”



John said,
Ryanair have broken many safety issues over the years and will continue to do so whilst they have a Aviation Authority, which is disliked  by unions and pilots for not doing a proper job.
I must also point out that emergency exit door safety breaches by Ryanair have been investigated by the Irish Aviation Authority and will never go public with a  report..Most mistakes even serious ones will be kept in house and inspections of Ryanair aircraft are pre warned ..There is a lot of money at stake not only for Ryanair but for the IAA and Irish Government which seems to be a  priority.....


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