It was reported that in the video, a pair of rubber chickens maneuvering the throttle of an airplane captured the feathers of a swallow Ryanair pilot.
A video shot by a Boeing 737 pilot showed that the co-pilot used red and yellow artificial chickens with his mouth tightly stepping on the throttle, The sun.
According to reports, he was also shown squeezing the toy to make it squeak, prompting the crew to laugh when passengers boarded a flight in Birmingham, England.
The co-pilot also saw his tongue stick out and traverse his eyes-an instant showing the rosary string on the two engine throttles.
According to The Sun, the brass tube of the Irish low-cost airline has launched an investigation into “non-professional” cockpit behavior.
The pictures and videos show that the crew stopped on the parked aircraft and the engine was turned off. Although the image is unprofessional, the movement in the image does not bring any risk, and the security is never compromised. “Ryanair representatives told the media.
“We encourage staff to enjoy their work. However, we hope that they will remain professional at all times and we are investigating the matter further.”
Aviation safety consultant David Gleave also said that the pilots were not out of safety considerations.
He told The Sun: “This is an interesting video, which makes pilots feel entertained and relieved of stress, and may be designed to share with their friends, but you can say that this will damage the brand.”
“The public is not at risk. In the grand plan, I think there is nothing wrong,” Griff added.