Ryanair to hold engineering open day on Thursday, 23rd November

Ryanair to hold engineering open day on Thursday, 23rd November

DUBLIN, 2017-Nov-22 — /Travel PR News/ — Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (20 Nov) announced that it will create 200 new engineering jobs across Europe, as it takes delivery of 50 new aircraft over the next 12 months.

An engineering open day will be held on Thursday, 23rd November between 11:00 and 18:00hrs in the Maldron Hotel, Dublin Airport, as Ryanair seeks to fill a range of engineering roles including:

  • Technical Services Engineers
  • Simulator Engineering
  • Technical Standards & Training
  • Fleet Planners
  • Project Engineers
  • Graduate Engineers
  • Area Supervisors
  • Purchasing & Materials
  • Line Maintenance
  • Base Maintenance
  • Junior Aircraft Engineers


Further information on these highly skilled jobs can be found here: http://careers.ryanair.com/engineering/.

Ryanair engineering is going through an exciting expansion phase in preparation for fleet growth from 430 to 585 aircraft by 2024, including the introduction of the game-changer Boeing 737 MAX 200 in 2019.

This all new 737 MAX 200 aircraft incorporates the latest technology engines and winglets which reduces fuel consumption and noise emissions, ensuring Ryanair remains Europe’s greenest, cleanest airline.


Ryanair’s Chief People Officer, Eddie Wilson said:

“2017 has been our busiest recruitment year to date, and we are continuing to invest heavily in talent for the future, as we take delivery of our new Boeing aircraft. Ryanair is the ‘go-to’ airline for highly skilled Line Maintenance, Tech Services, Materials and Engineering Graduate jobs, with our new industry leading rosters, jobs across Ireland, the UK and Europe, and the opportunity to work on the youngest fleet in Europe.

As our aircraft numbers grow from 430 to 585 in the next 7 years, Ryanair will hire over 200 new new engineers. Candidates interested in all current opportunities should visit http://careers.ryanair.com/engineering/.’’