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A Suffolk woman caught up in the chaos caused by the cancellation of many Ryanair flights has called for the head of the airline to quit
Tracy Virr spent four days and £600 returning home from holiday in Bordeaux with her husband Colin after the Stansted-based airline axed her flight.
It comes as boss Micheal O'Leary told shareholders at the airline's AGM in Dublin that the company had made "a boo boo."
He said that Ryanair will be taking back one week of pilots' annual leave to prevent the cancellation of any more flights caused by staff shortages.
O'Leary also said that training for a further 120 pilots would be completed within two weeks and 500 new pilots over the next six months. However he insisted that this was part of normal recruitment and not connected to the current crisis.
He also admitted that he could not guarantee that will end the disruption.