Ryanair to create new engineering roles at Glasgow Prestwick Airport as they announce 3500 new jobs

Ryanair to create new engineering roles at Glasgow Prestwick Airport as they announce 3500 new jobs
 

RYANAIR will create new engineering jobs at Glasgow Prestwick Airport as part of a major nationwide recruitment drive.
The budget airline will create more than 3500 new jobs next year, including pilots and cabin crew, as it plans to add 50 new aircraft to its fleet.
The Irish carrier said the major recruitment drive would see it take on 2000 new cabin crew, 1000 pilots and 250 aircraft engineers.
Ryanair remained tight-lipped on how many of the roles would be based in the UK, having warned in July that it would "pivot" growth away from UK airports after the Brexit vote and house... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 66
Source: Daily Record
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