Ryanair to tell 400,000 passengers of cancelled flights after 'mess-up'
Airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, apologises as it says it will cancel 40 to 50 flights every day until 31 October
Ryanair is to tell 400,000 passengersthat their flight has been cancelled, after it admitted to a “mess-up” on pilot holidays that left 18 million ticket holders wondering if their holiday plans would be ruined.
In a hastily arranged Dublin press conference on Monday afternoon amid a passenger revolt and a slump in the company’s share price, the normally combative chief executive Michael O’Leary apologised “unreservedly” for “a mess of our own making”.
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Source: Guardian Transport
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