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MetiNews.Com - Susanna Reid took Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary to task when he appeared on Good Morning Britain
Breaking News ! Susanna Reid hit out at the boss of Ryanair over what she described as 'crammed' flights, with passengers 'on top of each other', despite all of the warnings we've been given about coronavirus. Many flights will depart UK airports this week as air bridges are confirmed, meaning Brits can travel abroad without the need to quarantine when they get there or return home. Ryanair is one of the country's most popular airlines, with flights all over the world and its boss, Michael O'Leary appeared on Good Morning Britain to criticise the way the Government have handled things. He told Susanna and co-host Piers Morgan: "The government is making a mess of the whole thing." Read More Related Articles Latest UK air travel updates as easyJet, Ryanair, TUI and other airlines face cancellations and cuts Read More Related Articles A Benidorm-themed bar is about to open in Benidorm with the perfect name However, Susanna's big issue was with the fact that passengers will be sat so close together, with no social distancing at all. She told him: "Your passengers will not be able to observe social distancing." And then, addressing a clip she'd seen of a recent Ryanair, she added: "They're all on top of each other." Susanna Reid hits out at Ryanair boss over 'crammed' flights However, Michael hit back to say: "That's why we're all wearing mandatory face masks.
.” Defending the airline further, he added: "We need to get back to some degree of normality.
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"We can’t live our lives sitting isolated at home. We are going to have to go back to work. People are going to have to take trains, the London Underground and planes. “Today, we carry more than 100,000 passengers to and from the UK, but by wearing face masks, by making it mandatory.”
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