"We think this is disappointing given all that's been said in the media over the last five days by the company".
"If anything it accentuates the Ryanair model", he said.
Michael O'Leary said Ryanair "will now deal with our pilots through recognised national union structures".
It also confirmed it will recognise cabin crew unions.
"Ryanair this evening had a positive and successful meeting with its Irish pilots union council and their union representatives", a company spokesman told AFP.
Portuguese union SPAC has also cancelled plans to strike on Wednesday, with a meeting proposed for Thursday to discuss recognition.
When asked about whether the prospect of industrial action following the talks had receded or increased, Mr Harbor said "the ball is in Ryanair management's court".
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The low-priced carrier said it was making the move to avoid "widespread customer disruptions over Christmas".
Over the weekend, pilots called off a threatened pre-Christmas one-day strike that was planned for tomorrow (December 20th).
The talks on home soil were the first since Ryanair on Friday offered to recognise unions, prompting the suspension of strike action planned over the festive period.
The union wants the company to clarify the detail of its decision on Friday to recognise unions for the first time in the company's history.
Pilots suspended their strike to allow for talks but reserved the right to resume their industrial action if Ryanair does not engage in good faith.
In engaging with the unions, Ryanair is breaking a 25-year-old policy of pilots dealing directly with Ryanair, although Ryanair was insistent that a Committees of Ryanair pilots should be established to deal with Ryanair issues, as Ryanair will not engage with pilots who fly for competitor airlines in Ireland or elsewhere.