Picture - Cabin Crew Dublin, Ireland, Wednesday 2nd November 2011

Cabin Crew - Michael O'Leary and Ryanair female cabin crew (Dorota Mayer, Lisa Hederson, Gillian Moore, Alice Broadley, Georgina Mariou, Halima Velasco Mohamed, Roberta Jankauskyte) Dublin, Ireland - Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary and female cabin crew members strip off at the Alexander Hotel for the launch of their Ryanair 2012 calendar. All proceeds will benefit Debra's Butterfly Children Wednesday 2nd November 2011







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