Investors in Ryanair have registered a major protest vote after it was revealed that long-serving chief executive Michael O’Leary was granted a bonus that could be worth as much as €99m. Under the deal, O’Leary stands to make €99m from stock options if he doubles Ryanair’s profit or share price. The airline revealed that just 50.5%, voted in favour of the company’s remuneration report. Earlier this year, O’Leary signed a new contract to stay on as chief executive until 2024. O’Leary recently stepped aside as the CEO of the group’s main airline with Eddie Wilson succeeding in the role. Investors also

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