Michael O’Leary Red Hot To Fly the Ryanair Coop In 2018
As the year of controversies and crisis continues for Ryanair, pressure mounts for Chief Executive Michael O’Leary to leave his post.
When another potential strike was announced for Ryanair last week to take place during the busy Christmas period, O’Leary broke his media silence and said that the company would in fact recognise unions for the first time in 32 years.
Despite this move however, shares plummeted €2 billion which sees the airline now valued at €12 billion,
and a senior equity analyst has hinted that it is time for Michael O’Leary to step down.
It is advice that we suspect will come to fruition in the New Year and we’re offering red hot odds of 5/6 that Michael O’Leary will leave his post as CEO of Ryanair in 2018.
*Prices correct at time of publication