Ryanair will create 5,000 jobs and plan a training center in Spain. An aviation center has already opened in Dublin this week. The airline will also open new bases in Europe this year.
The CEO of cheap ticket airline Ryanair, Michael O’Leary , said the company hopes to create 5,000 jobs – cabin staff and technicians – and open a training center in Spain.
“Ryanair expects to create more than 5,000 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers in the next five years,” said the executive before a meeting of shareholders of the company.
In addition, O’Leary noted that the group has opened, “earlier this week, a € 50 million aviation training center in Dublin, with two other high-quality training centers planned for Spain and Poland in the coming years. five years”.
The CEO was optimistic that the company can recover from the pandemic and achieve growth, both in air traffic and in job creation.
He also informed that Ryanair will open new bases in Europe this year and will be done with “slots” (take off and landing) that have been left vacant by other airlines that have reduced their fleets.