20 new pilots at our Dublin Office, the latest pilots to join #Ryanair pic.twitter.com/uvHbPnDZUV
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) September 28, 2017
Nat King Coleslaw writes:
Come for the bizarrely-timed tweet, stay for the replies…
I'm sorry Tim Jackson (ooh)
I am pro-meals
Peppers, pesto, bacon, chowder, fries
I am also fond of apple pie https://t.co/3btHifDyfq
— natkingcoleslaw (@natkingcoleslaw) September 28, 2017
Nice headline but surely you can’t be serious.
“A hospital??? What is it?”
“It’s a big building full of sick people, but that’s not important right now”
Will NEVER get old!!!
Ryanair strongly recommends that you pay extra for seat……..err, we mean……….. flight allocation
or else we promise to take pleasure in offering this alternative arrangement in full compensation
“Roger, Roger. What’s our vector, Victor?”
All right, Striker, you listen, and listen close. Flying a plane is no different from riding a bicycle; it’s just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes.
Tuck your bloody shirt in. You look stupid.
looks like he picked a bad day to quit drinking..
Why would anyone want to work for this dreadful company?
(out of picture: The receipts for own uniforms and sandwiches made by the ma to eat during the flight)
I took my 153rd Ryanair flight last week.
Like 151 of the others it was on-time and cheaper than any of the competitors.
Each year Ryanair carries 131million passengers and the latest cancellations represent a smidgeon,nay, a scintilla of their everyday passenger load.
I bought a wagon-load of shares in Ryanair when you couldn’t give them away based on what I saw in Michael O’Leary and six years later they’ve helped make me a wealthy man.
The Ryanair share price has barely moved relatively since this latest farrago started.
O’Leary will still be here when every internet warrior who predicted his downfall will be crying over their semen-encrusted keyboard.
Ireland should salute one of the greatest businessmen this country has ever produced.
A giant amongst pygmies.
Make flight 154 one way, will ya?
Next Stop: Norwegian Air