The pilot of an airplane of the Irish low-cost airline, Ryanair have decided on Friday evening for an unscheduled landing, The machine was launched in London and was supposed to fly to Thessaloniki. Due to the snow, the pilots headed for, however Timisoara, a city in the West of Romania. There Ryanair has a base.
was offered to the passengers of The 200 passengers, however, no more flight, rather, they could have the rest of the way with the Bus – a more than eight-hour drive about 770 kilometers.
outrage on Twitter
in Spite of the indignation of a large accepted part of the passengers of the offer, 89 passengers, however, have refused and stayed at the airport. The next day were able to finally fly it with one of the Greek government-provided machine to Thessaloniki. With nearly 24 hours of delay and they arrived finally at their destination.
Some of the passengers gave their Anger on Twitter air: A Userin wrote, Ryanair prefer to land in Romania, another country! "We have in Greece a dozen other airports without the snow." Ryanair apologized for the incident and not "stated that control of the circumstances, it was within your Power".
Addressed to the Irish low-cost Airline said the Greek transport Minister Christos Spirtzis: "Low prices, low social responsibility."
has once Again reported record number of passengers
in Spite of detours, and turbulence due to cancellations, and strikes Ryanair a record number of passengers for 2018. The company transported in the last year of 139.2 million passengers, which was a Plus of eight percent compared to the previous year. Growth slowed, however, in 2017, Ryanair increased its passenger number by ten percent.
Ryanair has continued in the past year, in addition, a utilization of the machine by 96 per cent. Behind the low-cost airline to be a turbulent financial year. Beginning in 2018, many flights had to be cancelled because there were problems in the planning of the pilot operations. Especially in the second half of the year, it came to strikes in several countries, including Germany. The workers demanded more money and a better planning of their work.
In Germany, agreed at the beginning of December, the trade Union Association of Cockpit (VC) and Ryanair on a key issues paper for the settlement of the dispute with the pilots. By the end of March, several of the collective should be concluded on the basis of German Law. Also in the UK, Portugal and Italy, Ryanair entered into agreements with the workers.
Created: 06.01.2019, 21:42 PM