Friday , November 27 2020

The crew of the Irish airline was fired for taking pictures of sleep on the floor



Photo of Ryanair crew members sleeping on the floor. Photo: Twitter.

Photo of Ryanair crew members sleeping on the floor. Photo: Twitter.

Irish airline Ryanair crew members have moved away from Malaga airport on Tuesday as their flight is thwarted by a storm in Portugal. The company was later criticized as the sleeping crew image on the floor is spreading to social networks.

The airline then released a video from the security camera, showing six people moving to a corner in the crew room and then lying down. Then a crew member took a picture.

Ryanair explained that the hotels in Malaga were out of order due to the holiday season. The airline said the crew sat for a while in the crew room before moving to the VIP lounge at the airport. They return to Porto the next day and do not work on the return flight.

"All six crew members in Porto launched on November 5 for violating contracts following a false photo orchestration to promote a false statement that spread widely in the international media that they are forced to sleep on the floor of his living room crew in Malaga, "a spokesman for Ryanair said.

Ryanair described photography as "an act that distorts the employer's credibility and disbelief with these six people."


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