7 Jul 2020
RYANAIR CREWLINK ABANDONED CABIN CREW TRAINESS AFTER TESTING POSITIVE WITH COVID 19
Ryanair/Crewlink abandoned 15 Italian cabin crew trainees that tested positive for covid 19 back in March 2020 in Dublin. Judy Byrne and Andrew Ryan, chief exploiters for Ryanair at Crewlink wanted this Irish Times article pulled. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/coronavirus-trainee-ryanair-crew-in-dublin-quarantine-after-positive-tests-1.4209100 These 15 cabin crew trainees were doing some in-house training in the Crewlink building in Dublin.They were all herded together with little or no regard for anybody's health and safety even though 15 of them had tested positive for civid 19... These 15 Ryanair/Crewlink trainees were kept in the Travelodge near Dublin Airport, and once they tested positive, Ryanair refused to acknowledge their existence, and washed their hands of these 15 trainees,Crewlink then washed their hands also and left these 15 trainees stranded. Crewlink told all trainees that they were no longer responsible for them, and that they should contact the Italian embassy in Dublin to see if their own government could do anything to help them.These trainees were dumped in the Travelodge, and forgotten about. One of their parents kicked up such a fuss, that Crewlink (under pressure from the Italian embassy) were forced to at least come to some arrangement with Ryanair to try to expatriate them - at a cost. WERE YOU ONE OF THESE ITALIAN RYANAIR/CREWLINK CABIN CREW TRAINEES PLEASE CONTACT US A email@example.com IN STRICTEST CONFIDENCE..