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Old 28th Mar 2011, 09:37
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RYR Company ID's

Hi all, would like to know numbers on how many people are actually going, or who have already got, one of these ID's? I know they are a complete scam so please don't moan on about this, or if anyone has emailed BRK and told them to stick and what response they have got from them please?

Any help appreciated, cheers
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 09:49
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Lots of info on the REPA web site.

REPA - Ryanair European Pilots' Association
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 09:56
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Ryanair ID = Ryanair Employee

as far as Im concerned, and too the Revenue for that matter !

well done DD and all at Brookfield, you really dropped the ball there !
you dont have a leg to stand on now
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 13:04
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Anyone interested in this issue should log onto REPA
There is a movement happening here all you have to do is join the que express your dissatisfaction with this.There is strength in our numbers.
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Old 28th Mar 2011, 22:03
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Everyone interested in this please go to the REPA site and register yourself!!

It seems that we are starting to stand together and things are happening!!!
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Old 29th Mar 2011, 00:42
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No one I know is going to get one. Seems to be the same story on REPA. I'm looking forward to what the reaction to this is going to be from Brookfield/Ryanair...
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Old 31st Mar 2011, 23:31
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its all on REPA web, many communications and organisation come join the fun
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Old 4th Apr 2011, 10:49
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does that mean when the shiny new plastic tag turns up in snail mail its accompanied by some freshly printed, nicely folded paper with the words
Ryanair Contract of Employment crayoned across the top?


oh...no i doesnt

out of interest has anyone ever tried geting a mortgage or any finncial credit service by explaining that you are a pilot who is self employed, who is also the director and sole employee of a Ltd "consultancy" that subcontracts skills to airlines but is contractually bound to only fly for one airline that does not gurantee hours.
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 08:05
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I agree with Alpagueur320, it is possible to obtain a mortgage with the Brookfield contract, I did back in November. However, it does have a lot to do with your bank and how willing they are to 'see through' your circumstances. Anyway, this is what they call thread creep isnt it....
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 09:16
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Incest! No thank you, Not Interested

Thinking about DDs amazing blunder a while back in getting all Brookies to sign up to Ryanair ID, (so we not employees? I see, DD , what planet are u living on)

As we know they want BRK pilots to go through Ryanairs Sister Company St. James, of course they do...


WELL, screw St. James and get your disclosure off Scottish Closure
If Ryanair or Brookfield object to this, this is, (if it is any way needed in the first place), proves they just want to milk all the pilots for every cent they got!

I would be more happy paying Scottish Disclosure for a 10 Year Back ground check, rather than keeping MOL/Brookfields MONEY within the family that is Ryanair.....


Good Luck Guys
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 11:00
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@Highlow:

This time round you have to obtain your Disclosure Scotland document yourself anyway.
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 11:49
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Err, thanks for that mikehotel152

Also your previous point which you've now edited from your post about it costing the same whether you go through st james or disclosure scotland rather missed the point too.....

Dont buy an ID card.
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 18:12
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Err, thanks for that mikehotel152

Also your previous point which you've now edited from your post about it costing the same whether you go through st james or disclosure scotland rather missed the point too.....
Why the sarcasm warpspeedmrsulu? I'm all in favour of people taking a stance against obtaining worthless Company IDs, but Highlow was advocating action which is no different from what St James want you to do. How is that a protest?

As for the edit I made to my original response, I made the change because my original post could be shortened without losing its meaning. What's your point?
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Old 5th Apr 2011, 21:43
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Who in Ryanair did a deal with Spanish and Portugese airports to open bases bringing them lots of money and then treats Ryanair crew like crap - by not accepting ID's?

Who actually runs Ryanair in Spain - no one seems to know? Why does no other airline have ID hassles except Ryanair?

So why are Ryanair taking this crap from airports in two bankrupt countries?

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Old 5th Apr 2011, 23:30
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So why are Ryanair taking this crap from airports in two bankrupt countries?
Talking about bankrupt countries:Ireland requests billions in euro loans from EU - CNN.com
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Old 6th Apr 2011, 00:01
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Spain bankrupt ???
I actually hear you guys in EI not doing very good either.

Maybe the Portuguese and Spanish Authorities are getting feed up of you guys showing to work with phoney expired and landside Id`s from airports in the middle of nowhere who nobody knows.

Taking crap: why don't just Ryanair threat Portugal and Spain to close all operations and bases just like they did with MRS. Could it be because they are becoming a huge part of all their revenues???

Go and find a job in a proper company who pays and issues IdŽs for their employees just like everyone else. Oh! I almost forgot: food, water, uniforms, pension, insurance, holidays and respect.

No wonder why this profession is heading this way. Pilots like you taking it up the a.. deeply and hard with a smile on your face. Don't you worry mate MOL loves you.

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Old 6th Apr 2011, 10:56
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No wonder why this profession is heading this way. Pilots like you taking it up the a.. deeply and hard with a smile on your face.
That's a bit harsh Jedy. Don't forget that you once wanted to join Ryanair and said of the company:-

all I want is to gain a very good experience (jet time) 737 type rating, perhaps a good opportunity to gain quick command and as long as I make a decent salary for a year or so IŽll be happy
I'm only pointing out your hypocracy because you just made an undeserved personal attack on Ryanair pilots, many of whom are great people who wanted the same as you did when they joined Ryanair.
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Old 6th Apr 2011, 16:06
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RYRpilotSTN implied this affair is only for RYR? Is this true? What about ez guys and BA night-stopping crews? If only RYR then surely illegal. In any case, within EU I thought it was all a family. Everyone accepts JAA & non JAA licences, driving licences, etc.etc. Surely it is incumbent upon member states to accept each others airport ID's. Each has been through a security back-ground check in the resident state. What extra does a 'company' ID offer? What's the truth, and what sparked this in the first place?
RYR usually blow a fuse over these things. they are quiet now; why??

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Old 6th Apr 2011, 16:19
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what he said.
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Old 6th Apr 2011, 16:30
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Fair Post RAT,

could any other operators please confirm what kind of ID's they use at these Spanish bases? or maybe confirm the procedure they use to pass airport security

this stinks of a SCAM on Ryr part,
and alot of the guys are having none of it
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