ANALYSIS: Ryanair endures organised chaos after clash with pilots


Michael O'Leary's landmark move at the end of last year to open the door to union recognition at Ryanair was aimed at settling simmering labour unrest. But a summer of disruption, in part the result of industrial action by pockets of its staff around Europe, illustrates the scope of challenges ...

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