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Mr O'Leary insisted that Ryanair's pilots work under 'good terms and conditions'.'There isn't a bad relationship between Ryanair and our pilots.'We asked on Monday for volunteers to work days off ...

we have had huge co-operation and support from pilots,' he added.

An airline spokesman said today: 'Ryanair complies fully with all EU261 legislation and will take all necessary steps to ensure affected customers are re-accommodated as quickly as possible.Over 46 EU bases have joined forces and will be presenting letter to company and press release. 'There are reports of lots of pilots joining BALPA union. Michael O'Leary's statements are disgusting, we regularly fly over 40-44 hours in a week, 50-60 duty hours, waking up at 4 am plus commuting long distances.He hasn't got a clue and is stirring up the pilots for a clash.'Pilots and first officers have threatened to walk out or go sick en masse over pay and conditions and many turned down a £12,000 bonus to work ten days during their holidays and ease the crisis engulfing the company.When asked about reports that pilots are threatening industrial action Mr O'Leary responded: 'If you want and need to ask your staff to give up holidays no work to rule can alter that.'He added: 'I don't even know how there would be industrial action in Ryanair.There isn't a union.' He also said there have been no demands for new contracts.