a decent amount of my work is in Maintenance & Reliability.It is very difficult to me to understand, at those prices, how they can maintain their equipment.However, nearly everyone i know who has flown them, always pays extra for *something*a seat assignment, a bag, early boarding somethingand they are turning a profit, but I would like to see how much they spend on Preventive Maintenance, and my concern lies there - not in their employees or the comfort during flightpeace & skepticalt Ditto. The Irish I know call them "Lyin'Air". Personally, I have read/heard/watched enough investigative stories into their sharp practices that I will never give them one red cent/penny of my money. (And yes, I'd rather believe an investigative journalist's story on the BBC than one of Michael O'Leary's press releases.)This is a company that is on record for treating its cabin crew appalingly. I cannot imagine them treating their maintenance staff any better. Only the very desperate-for-a-job would want to work there.- Pam (I'd rather walk to Spain, thank you very much.)
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