Thursday Apr 10
Spirit Airlines Was the Most Complained-About U.S. Airline 5 Years in a Row
We can't believe we're saying this, but maybe Spirit should take some inspiration from Ryanair and Michael O'Leary and stop acting like such jerks.
Thursday Apr 10
The Huffington Post
Ryanair Unveils First Commercials In Nearly 25 Years... And They're Surprisingly Tame
Michael O'Leary, chief executive officer of Ryanair Holdings Plc, holds a model aircraft as he speaks during a news conference in London, U.K., on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013.
Unrepentant Michael slides into another royal ruckus
Michael O'Leary at the opening of the new Ryanair Office Campus at Airside Park, Swords.
Romford MP Andrew Rosindell gets apology from Ryanair chief after Queen sex joke
You can never tell how a risky joke about "making love" to the queen will go down when speaking to a room full of UK MP's - just ask Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary.
Michael O'Leary says 'sorry' for Queen Elizabeth sex jibe
OUTSPOKEN Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary apologised for a joke about "making love" to the Queen of England at a high-level gathering of British politicians.
Ryanair wants more business travellers
Ryanair, Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers, said it was stepping up its assault on rivals outside of the budget sector with plans to lure more business customers.
Michael O'Leary launches Ryanair's 'Always Getting Better' plan
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National Public Radio
Ryanair Seeks More Love, Less Hate From Customers
Michael O'Leary knows full well that many people consider him a provocative jerk and his European juggernaut of an airline, Ryanair, an exercise in frustration.
OOPS! Goucher Accidentally Admits, Then Rejects Students
Goucher College issued an apology to applicants who received acceptance emails, then rejection letters by mail, after several people called in confusion to figure out which was correct, according to The Baltimore Sun .