Decision on Lufthansa’s future in Shannon ‘due in September’
The company is examining three options for its Shannon base. The first is to restructure its Irish operations, the second is to close down the plant altogether and the third is to sell the business.
A decision on the future of Lufthansa Technik’s Shannon operations may be announced by the end of September, sources have said.
The strategic review into the future of the company’s operations in the Clare town are still ongoing and the firm is considering a number of options.
As reported by the Business Post last month, the German aircraft maintenance company is assessing its Shannon operations which could result in the business...
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