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Ryanair has invested €50m in a new training center in north Dublin as part of plans to recruit and train 5,000 new pilots, cabin crew, engineers and ground staff over the next five years across Europe. The facility contains three full motion simulators as well as two fixed base simulators. Ryanair plans to use the center to help it to recruit and train over 5,000 new pilots, cabin crew, engineers and ground operations professionals over the next 5 years.
“Ryanair will create over 5,000 new jobs thanks to the expansion of our Boeing 737 fleet, with 210 MAX Gamechangers to be delivered over the next 5 years which will enable Ryanair to grow to carry 200m passengers p.a. by 2025,” said Eddie Wilson, Ryanair CEO.
“We are excited to be chosen to operate and run this new €50m Aviation Training Centre in Santry, and have committed to delivering Ryanair over 5,000 highly trained pilots, cabin crew, engineers, and ground ops professionals using these state of the art facilities in Santry,” said AFA Director, Francis Farrell.