Outraged Ryanair passengers BOYCOTT airline amid calls for Michael O’Leary to quit

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Hurt customers of Ryanair are fed up with the ongoing flight cancellation saga

Outraged buyers of Ryanair are fed up with the ongoing flight cancellation saga. 

The budget airline asseverated a fresh wave of cancellations yesterday, which stands to affect 400,000 fares from November thought to May. 

Ryanair has been accused of “cancelling Christmas” by axing 18,000 disperses over the season. 

Customers have taken to social media to collect summon for a boycott of the airline. Some have even urged CEO Michael O’Leary to leave his post. 

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Ryanair cancelled flights: Fares are calling for a boycott as they lash out at Michael O’Leary

Using the hashtag #boycottRyanair, fares have complained about how they’ve been impacted by the situation. 

Peter Ties wrote on Twitter: “#Ryanair what a complete and utter disaster of a company. Not fit for purpose. I’ll never use them #boycottRyanair”. 

One user shared: “Three months pre booked decamps gone! #boycottRyanair”.

Pauline Lawless said: “@Ryanair As a straight Ryanair passenger I will never fly Ryanair again till you get rid of that a****** O’Leary. #boycottRyanair”.

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Ryanair cancelled flights: Customers from called for CEO Michael O’Leary to resign

John Ferguson wrote: “#boycottRyanair .. a substitute alternatively of tweets moaning & articles condemning. Simply take action. Ryanair are in a trice offering £14 flights-don’t buy”.

Jenna Yallop had booked flights for her and her 30th birthday, but base out yesterday they were cancelled. 

She said: “Thank you @Ryanair for ruining my 30th birthday false step and my partner’s birthday trip. We are now distressed and out of pocket #boycottRyanair”. 

The new cancellations are a evolve of 25 Ryanair planes being removed from service, across 34 conveys. 

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Ryanair cancelled flights: Passengers are using the hashtag BoycottRyanair to verbalize their outrage

Included is the route from London Gatwick to Belfast, as kindly as London Stansted to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. 

Ryanair says it has created the winter cancellations to ensure there is no risk of further cancellations down the assemble. 

It comes after the airline cancelled over 2,000 flights endure week, which affected passengers right through to October. 

The debacle has been tutor b introduced on by an error in the allocation of pilot holiday leave. 

A pay dispute between the throng and its pilots is intensifying as the two parties struggle to come to an agreement on working persuades.