Ryanair boss offers pilots better pay and conditions to stay

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary

The pilot, who spoke on condition of anonymity, also said that a number of people working for the airline are "outraged" and "furious" with its chief executive Michael O'Leary.

Although Ryanair put its cancellation of 18,000 flights down to errors it made in coordinating pilots' holidays, some have suggested it is simply running short of staff, due to rivals poaching them.

But in the letter he urges pilots to stay with Ryanair "for a brighter future".

Numerous airline's 4,200 pilots had joined unions over the past two weeks over discontent with the disruptions caused by the rota changes.

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Ryanair is facing a crisis after this acompana changed the timing of the accrual of leave during the year to meet the new aviation regulations, and this has led to a shortage of pilots.

However, one Ryanair pilot who contacted the BBC, said: "It's the standard".

Amid an exodus of pilots to competitors, Ryanair has written to cockpit crews offering to boost their pay and conditions.

Asked by an investor at the September 21 meeting if he had made changes to the rostering department, O'Leary said that it was "not the time to be taking people out and shooting them".

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He also offers pilots a bonus of €12,000 (£10,700) and promises he will exceed the pay deals offered by rival airlines.

The carrier announced its first batch of more than 2,000 cancellations across September and October, after rearranging pilots' rosters to meet new aviation rules meaning a change in how their flying hours are logged.

More than 700,000 passengers' travel plans have been affected by what Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary admitted was a "cock up".

Mr Hickey, who has been at the budget carrier for almost 30 years, will leave at the end of the month.

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Referencing the cancellations announced last month, he apologised personally and said there had been "poor planning" during the airline's "rostering failure".

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