Ireland's low-cost airline, Ryanair, gave six employees who posted a photo last month while sleeping on land at an airport in Spain because there was no room to go after the summer.
According to Ryanair, the photo was crushed and affected the company's reputation. The BBC news server reported.
More than 20 members of the Ryanair crew were on October 14 due to a delayed flight to Portugal forced to sleep at an airport in Malaga, Spain. The Portuguese trade union organization, representing the airline's crew, then criticized Rynair. The photograph, which Ryanair had arranged, triggered company criticism in social networks.
Ryanair spokesman announced this the photo does not reflect the reality, and the employees who participated in it were denounced for the wrong misconduct. Ryanair claims that despite the problems none of the crew slept on the ground. Everyone was soon in the crew room, then given a VIP saloon and the next day they went to Porta.
The Portuguese trade union organization SNPVAC previously refused Ryanair's claim that the crew was between 01:30 and 06:00 local time in a room that "did not even have the most basic facilities for rest." According to the department, the airplane crew did not have access to food, drink, and even had no place to stay because there were only eight chairs in the room.