A landmark deal with Ryanair Irish Academy of flight training is to create 100 new jobs

  • A landmark deal with Ryanair Irish Academy of flight training is to create 100 new jobs
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    Ryanair began to consider their future pilot needs thanks to a landmark deal with the Irish Academy of flight training, which will create 100 new jobs and see 450 pilots, trained in Ireland over the next five years.
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Ryanair began to consider their future pilot needs thanks to a landmark deal with the Irish Academy of flight training, which will create 100 new jobs and see 450 pilots, trained in Ireland over the next five years.

Ireland is fast becoming one of the leading flight training centres, for budget and medium-haul airlines in Europe and the middle East.

Ryanair has now in conjunction with the training Academy, Atlantic flight (AFTA) in cork to ensure employment for the students who sign up for a training program and successfully earned their “wings”.

The agreement aims to create up to 50 new jobs AFTA and will see 450 trained pilots for Ryanair to 2023, starting with 50 this year.

The transaction was regarded as a serious impetus for AFTA and cork airport, where the Academy of flight training, is based.

AFTA founder and pilot of the Boeing 737, Marc Casey, said this landmark event.

“We started our business in 1995 with one aircraft and we have been growing steadily for the past 34 years,” he said.

“The deal with Ryanair is changing for us.”

“Training 450 pilots over the next five years gives us a stable manufacturing work for our business.”

“We currently employ about 50 employees from pilots, instructors, administration staff, engineering and it support.”

“This means that the expansion 50pcs in our work – we are consistently working with Ryanair for the past 23 years and is steadily growing with them.”

“They were always very supportive of graduates of Irish schools flight as AFTA”.

Under the deal, the cadets passed the exams flight guaranteed employment with the airline after graduation.

Thus, they will be given an immediate chance to help to repay their care aviation.

The demand for pilots worldwide has increased dramatically due to the growth in the aviation industry and the emergence of many expansionist and long-haul budget airlines.

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said that the deal was important for both airlines and AFTA.

“We are very pleased to announce this partnership training with AFTA, which has an impressive record in training top-class pilots to the highest standards,” he said.

We need a constant influx of pilots, said the airline confirming the extension of operations 20pcs tube for 2019 with a new side introduced in Luton, poznań, Malta-Budapest.

Managing Director, cork airport NiAl McCarthy said that the number of Ryanair passengers at the airport will increase from 900,000 to more than 1.1 million.

“We have a growth of 4pc this year and we are working to do even better next year,” he said.

Founded in 1985, Ryanair is the largest airline in Europe in number of scheduled passengers flown.

The airline operates flights to more than 220 destinations in 37 countries and operates a fleet of nearly 450 aircraft from Boeing.

It is the world’s largest operator of Boeing 737 series 700/800 with the unification of the aircraft are a key strategic asset from the point of view of the pilot and aircrew training.

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