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I would welcome the opportunity to question Michael O'Leary.'He added: 'It's not my biggest cock-up.I have a litany of cock-ups in Ryanair over the past 25 years'.Mr Christensen is now trapped in the UK with his friend after Ryanair cancelled their flight home.
Holiday plans had been thrown into disarray by the last-minute changes, with travellers left counting the costs.
More than 250,000 people caught up in the cancellation chaos will miss out on compensation but boss Michael O'Leary insists he won't quit and said: 'It's not my biggest cock-up'.
Those who did manage to rebook were left furious after being forced to again pay hefty fees to check-in bags and choose seats, having already paid for them on their original flights.
The decision to cancel more than the flights was described as an 'omni-shambles' last night.
Graham Walsh, from Borehamwood, was one of a large number of passengers who claim they had to pay twice to reserve seats.
The Oxford resident told Mail Online: 'I think Ryanair is a joke and it is typical of them because they work at the limit of their staff and everything.'I have heard it is ridiculous mismanagement that they just sent most of their staff on vacation and now there aren't enough for flights.'This is what happens when a company works the way they do, they are disrespectful to their customers and they have no sense of respect to their customers.'Under EU Regulation 261/2004 holidaymakers have certain rights if their flight is cancelled or delayed.