Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary slams Boeing as ‘headless chickens’- ‘get their s* together’

Ryanair has ordered virtually 400 jets from Boeing since 2010. O’Leary claimed that supply delays on Boeing plane had compelled Ryanair to alter their summer time flight schedule.

O’Leary stated: “In the meanwhile we expect Boeing administration is working round like headless chickens, not capable of promote plane, after which even the plane they ship, they’re not capable of ship them on time.”

He stated Ryanair had needed to cut back its spring and summer time schedules as a result of planes it had anticipated in April wouldn’t arrive till June.

He added: “I can perceive why there could also be varied challenges manufacturing new plane however plane that you simply constructed and made two years in the past that each one you needed to do was put petrol in them and f* fly them to Dublin, actually I don’t perceive why you’re taking two to 3 month delays on that.

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“It’s redolent of very poor administration efficiency in Seattle.”

The CEO stated Boeing makes nice planes however wanted to shake up its prime administration crew.

He claimed: “Both the prevailing administration must up its recreation, or they should change the prevailing administration, can be our view of life.

“We’re very glad to work with the prevailing administration however they should bloody effectively enhance on what they’ve doing delivering to us over the past 12 months.


British vacationers have confronted chaotic scenes at airports this 12 months on account of workers shortages in essential areas.

A scarcity of safety workers has meant that passengers have confronted lengthy queues at Manchester and Birmingham airports.

Passengers additionally confronted lengthy queues at Palma airport in Majorca over the weekend, which many worry may additionally have an effect on the summer time season.

British vacationers should get their passport stamped on entry and exit to the EU because the Brexit transition interval ended.

Boeing has been contacted for remark.

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