Irish Michael O'leary has for 30 years been the highly controversial head of the lavprisselskabet Ryanair.
But because of the structural changes he will be in the year promoted to senior director for the group and thus gives space to a director for the Ryanair.
And if he could choose, so would the new ceo be a woman.
- I would like to have someone who has the opposite of my limited skills. A woman, empathic, caring, friendly, in contrast to an avaricious bastard like me, says Michael O'leary to The Independent.
Michael O'Leary will also be responsible for their austrian subsidiary Laudamotion and a Polish section known as the Ryanair of the Sun.
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- People see me either as Jesus, Superman or an odious little shit. I think I'm Jesus. A prophet in his own age.
- Travel rich people with our aircraft? Yes, I flew on one in the morning, and I'm very rich.
- I'm Europe's most underpaid and underrated boss. I'm getting paid 20 times as much as the average Ryanair employee, and I think that the difference should be larger.
- I should get the Nobel peace prize - fuck Bono.
Why should every plane have two pilots? Seriously, you need the only a single. Let us take the other out. Let the fucking computer fly it.
passengers who forget to print their boarding passes: - We think that they would have to pay 60 pound just for being so stupid.
Ryanair-the director's raining, that will be looking for replacements outside the group, but instead will find the right candidate among the qualified employees of the lavprisselskabet itself.
- It would be a very marked break with the past in the Ryanair. It has been driven by me in the last 30 years.
There is only one woman in the group, who have the opportunity to take over the job. Her name is Carol Sharkey, chief risk officer and has been employed with Ryanair since 1995.
The most likely choice is, however, to land on Peter Bellew, chief operating officer.
The new director will be able to take a seat in the chair at the end of 2019.See also: the 75-year-old was going to Poland: Ended up in Malta