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Mr O'Leary insisted that Ryanair's pilots work under 'good terms and conditions'.'There isn't a bad relationship between Ryanair and our pilots.'We asked on Monday for volunteers to work days off ...

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A source revealed that Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Stansted, East Midlands have already rejected the bonus scheme, with Birmingham, Luton and Edinburgh deciding imminently.

One captain who spoke to Mail Online afterward Mr O'Leary's comments accused him of talking 'bull***t', adding: ‘Let’s be clear, this mess isn’t going to end in October.

When asked what he thought about staff on a private Whats App group referring to him as 'the Clown', he said given what had happened with the roster it was an 'appropriate' description.

The Irish billionaire, who grinned and put his arm around fellow directors at the AGM, will now recruit 125 new pilots over the next fortnight and will take back one week of its existing pilots' holidays to prevent any further flight cancellations.

Mr O'Leary told the airline's shareholders that 'unions are trying to give Ryanair a bloody nose' but denied any 'bad relationship' between bosses and staff and said they 'don't want unionisation'.

He said pilots due to take a four-week block of holidays in the next few months because a change in annual leave rotas will be told to reduce that to three weeks.

Referring to pilots' pay he said 'maybe we have got it a bit on the low side' and said it would be looked at.

Earlier Mr O'Leary was grilled by shareholders about the shelving of up to 50 flights every day over the next six weeks.'We make mistakes.

It’s going to go on and on until O’Leary gets his crews sorted out'.

Their fiery boss blasted the 'self-important' rebels, adding: 'I would challenge any pilot to explain how this is a difficult job or how it is they are overworked, or how anybody who by law can’t fly more than 18 hours a week could possibly be suffering from fatigue'.

Brian Strutton, General Secretary of pilots' union BALPA, said the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), should investigate the CEO's comments and said his 18-hour a week figure has 'no basis in reality'.'BALPA is worried about what message this is giving to pilots, and what effect this management attitude has on safety culture,' he said.

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