Fight or flight? Why Shannon is choosing both

Already a leader in maintenance, the airport is chasing new opportunities in the creation of aircraft parts.

11th November, 2018
Owen Bagnell of Aero Inspection International

Traditionally, Shannon has been focused on taking in aircraft and fixing them, but this is about to change with sights set on developing a new industry there in the design and manufacture of parts for aircraft.

Already major players in the aerospace industry, including Aero Inspection International, are looking at 3-D printing in conjunction with the University of Limerick (UL), in the making of parts.

Owen Bagnell, head of operations at Aero Inspection International, said...

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