Thank you Teva for providing a link to a newspaper
story on this Ryanair incident. Nice attempt at a bit more Ryanair bashing, but let's look at the facts...
A full, accurate, and completely unbiased report of what happened, is found at the following http://www.dft.gov.uk/stellent/groups/dft_avsafety/documents/page/dft_avsafety_029538.hcsp
This is an interesting read as it draws a comparison when reviewing events to the British Airtours tragedy at Manchester.
It points out a number of shortcomings with the evacuation and also the general handling of the situation - it is worth noting that it states that Ryanair's training met JAR-OPS requirements.
Of the four safety recommendations made as a result of the incident, three are directed to the CAA and one to the Irish CAA &
Read the AAIB report completely and carefully, and then compare it with the Scotsman.com report.
You'll see that the Scotsman.com report omits a number of points and thus by implication points the finger of blame somewhat more at Ryanair than the AAIB do.
Draw your own conclusions...
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