Ryanair did not like the picture showing six members of one of his crews sleep on the floor in room at the airport. She just fired them, revealing it BBC British on the grounds that this cliché (see picture below) traveling on social networks seriously damaged his reputation and caused an irreversible loss of confidence to these six employees.
Based in the Portuguese port where he had to return after completing the daily rotation, this crew was stormed at the Spanish airport at night on Saturday 13 or Sunday, October 14, 2018 storms. But, of course, they were not the only ones who stayed on the spot, and this weekend included a holiday in Spain, so there was no hotel room obviously available this night. there in Malaga to host them.
The airline apologized for this inconvenience and added that the photo was introduced. According to Ryanair, no employee was forced to sleep on the floor all night.
"Employees spent a short time in the room before moving to the VIP room, then returned to Porto the next day, and no employee worked on a flight that brought them back to Portugal," the low-cost airline said.
The Portuguese Union of Employees of SNPVAC questioned the following version: "24 staff were in the room from 1:30 to 6 hours without access to food or drink, and without 24 members there were only 8 seats, they had no choice but to try to rest on floor, "the BBC said after this incident.