Ryanair opens new aircraft maintenance facility in Seville, Spain

Opening ceremony of Ryanair’s new maintenance facility in Seville, Spain ©Ryanair

Ryanair has opened its newly expanded maintenance facility at Seville Airport, delivering further investment in the region and creating 250 high-skilled jobs, including licensed engineers, mechanics and support staff – bringing Ryanair’s local headcount to 500 by 2023.

Ryanair has invested over €30 million (£25.6 million) in this state-of-the-art, five-bay maintenance facility (20,000m²) since it first opened in 2019. The Seville line maintenance station is one of the most environmentally friendly facilities and will maintain a large portion of Ryanair’s fleet of aircraft, which will grow to 600 in number by 2026.

With over 2,500 engineers across Europe, Ryanair Line Maintenance Engineering, is responsible for all aircraft maintenance activities, ensuring that Ryanair aircraft take its customers to their destination, safely and on time.

Ryanair has carried over 22 million customers to/from Seville since its operations began in 2003 and has played a vital role in Seville and Andalucía’s traffic and tourism recovery post COVID-19.

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