Judge Allen said the legitimate interest of Ryanair in restraining Mr Bellew from taking up alternative employment was limited to roles which would risk the disclosure or use of its protectable information.
The “surprise” announcement of the departure of its chief operating officer Peter Bellew has again put Ryanair under the spotlight of investors as the airline may face into more turbulence as fuel costs rise for the industry.
Ryanair has reappointed its previous pilots and punctuality chief to lead what it calls “a significant transformation” in the way it rewards and interacts with its pilots, after the recent rostering problems which led it to cancel more than 2,000 flights in the past six weeks.
IAG — the owner of Aer Lingus, British Airways, and Iberia — is interested in the London Gatwick slots of failed airline Monarch after it collapsed last week, IAG chief executive Willie Walsh said, adding that the reduction of capacity was good for the industry.
Malaysia Airlines has appointed former Kerry resident Peter Bellew as an executive board director as Christoph Müller, the chief executive, told his staff he was leaving the national carrier for reasons that are personal and “beyond my control.”
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A former Ryanair pilot, who once wrote a letter to the Financial Times claiming the airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, should be replaced by a junior to reduce costs, claims he would still be working for the company if it had not been “completely unreasonable”.