Ryanair to invest EUR 6 mln in Wrocław
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The Irish low-cost airline will employ 150 people at a new Aircraft Maintenance Facility in south west Poland.
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Ryanair has announced that construction of the maintenance base will open in March 2016, and will be run by a staff of 150 high-tech specialists, including licensed engineers, mechanics and support staff.
The airline is expected to spend over EUR 6 million at Wrocław Airport as part of the project.
“As Poland’s biggest airline, Ryanair is pleased to announce our first Polish heavy maintenance base as we invest a further EUR 6 million at Wrocław, which was made possible through the help and support of the airport,” Ryanair’s Chief Operations Officer, Mick Hickey, said on Wednesday.
“Poland is a significant growth market for Ryanair and Wroclaw is a fantastic location with opportunities to attract, train and employ local skilled manpower to support this exciting project. We look forward to growing tourism, traffic and jobs at our Wroclaw base in the coming months and years.” (rg)