Revenue yet to return to pre-Covid levels at Dublin Aerospace as turnover drops 14%
Company said it was satisfied with its performance given the ‘significant challenges’ faced by aviation during the pandemic
Dublin Aerospace, the aircraft maintenance specialist, said revenues had yet to recover from pandemic-related lockdowns as it reported a 14 per cent drop in turnover last year.
The business, based at Dublin Airport, recorded revenues of €36.8 million in 2021, according to recently filed accounts. That figure represented a fall from the €42.8 million posted by the firm in 2020.
Dublin Aerospace, which is led by Conor McCarthy, said turnover was short of its budget ...