Madrid Ryanair sacked six crew members for allegedly publishing a photo. The floor would have been supplemented with "fake claims" with "fake photos" to sleep.
This Wednesday the Irish airline airline Ryanair said. The claim, seized by many international media, has undermined Ryanair's reputation.
The Twitter photo of six Portugal-based crew members was laid down at the airport in Malaga and was thrilled in October. In fact, those who were affected said they only lay on the floor for the photo.
In trade unions, layoffs have received sharp criticism. The photograph was a legitimate protest against working conditions. Luicana Passo, head of the Portuguese trade union SNPVAC, said that no one from the crew, but an outsider, published it on social networks, as the Portuguese news agency Lusa said.
According to him, 24 team members were forced to spend the night in Malaga airport on 14 October due to a storm. At the beginning they were placed in the team room where only eight chairs were available. At six o'clock in the morning, they moved into the VIP lounge.
After the Twitter photo, Ryanair CEO apologized for the water Peter Bellew crew. All hotels in Malaga were booked, he explained. However, the Spanish union, SITCPLA, doubted the Bellews knowledge that a room at a tourist castle in Malaga and its surroundings did not want to take it.