Furious Ryanair pilot calls LBC to reveal all about airline

A Ryanair pilot has taken the opportunity to reveal the truth about working conditions at the airline.

He spoke to Nick Ferrari on LBC today to illustrate the story that has hit the headlines this year.

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"They made a massive tactial error with how they allocated our leave this year."

He added that the issue has been compounded by the number of pilots leaving Ryanair for other airlines.

The pilot explained that you have to pay €300 to interview with Ryanair and then a subsequent €29,000 to be trained to fly a Ryanair plane.

Watch the video about to find out more about the working practices at the low-cost airline.

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This no-frills British airline is one of the UK's largest charter airlines, carrying around 6million passengers every year. Clue: it has a rather regal name...

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Just like the company, there are no frills on this uniform. Yes, this is the company everyone loves to hate!

Can you match the cabin crew to the airline? Click the image and take the challenge!

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