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>> If you don't know, so have a say
]>> No, she wasn't->> Ryanair reported the incident but the airline faces criticism for how its cabin crew dealt with issue. The video comes at a tough time for the Irish low-cost carrier. On Monday, it announced a 7% fall in profits in the first six months of 2018, the firm showing signs of the pain caused by recent strikes, high fuel costs, and intense competition.
The woman was eventually moved to another part of the plane.>> All the support seemed to be in favor of this man. The crew they were young, they seemed inexperienced and they eventually moved the woman to another seat and he thanked the cabin crew for moving her and said he's all right now.
The budget airline's shares have dropped almost 40% since August last year, but the profit fall was less than expected, and Ryanair says it hopes to reach a deal with all its major unions by Christmas.