Ryanair believes that the photo was staged and decided to lay off employees because of the breach of contract.
The disputed workers at that time, the lack of conditions in this staff room and said they were forced to sleep on foot.
In response, the National Union of Civil Aviation Flight Staff ensures that legal services review the process of challenging firing in court.
Listen to Antena 1, unionist Luciana Passo assures the photo was not false.
According to the tweet circulated by Jim Atkinson, he can read: "This is a crew of Ryanair 737, based in Portugal, blocked in Malaga, Spain, a few nights ago due to storms."
This is a crew of Ryanair 737 based in Portugal, locked in Malaga, Spain a few nights ago due to storms. They sleep on the floor of the Ryanair crew. RYR wins 1.25 billion euros this year, but will not put crews locked in a hotel for the night. @peterbellew ? pic.twitter.com/lILWZVqqGj
– Jim Atkinson (@ Jimbaba) October 14, 2018