Irish airline industry poised to hit greater heights
Enterprise Ireland, the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets, has a plan to bring more work to airline manufacturers based in the country.
Efforts are under way to ensure that aircraft manufacturers, OEMs and their sub-tiers are aware of Ireland’s bustling manufacturing capability in the sector. David Lucey, senior development adviser in Enterprise Ireland’s engineering markets, said Irish manufacturers in the industry should be viewed as a...
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