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Ryanair To Bring 5,000 New Jobs

27 February 2007 | Ireland | 3 Responses by paul savage.

Ryanair ( has announced that they are to receive 10 new airplanes in the coming months. Michael O’Leary’s company predicts with these new planes (and their planned 50 new routes) that they will be creating 5,000 new jobs across Europe.

Ryanair Cabin inside

Head of communications Peter Sherrard said: “Ryanair’s $700m (€530.1m) investment will create 5,000 jobs across Europe as we expand our existing bases at Barcelona Girona, East Midlands, London Stansted and launch our second German base in Bremen”.

Not bad, not bad at all ! We here at are big fans of Ryanair. Their presence in the Cork/Dublin route alone makes our lives that little bit easier. It’s great to see an Irish company leading the way in Europe. Ryanair does have many objectors, manly from customers who expect a lot more than what they paid for. Michael O’Leary’s is a shrewd businessman and has learned to cut costs and to change the industry as we know it. The guy also knows his way around the PR mind field too.

3 Responses

  1. Danny said on 28 Feb 2007 at 5:38 pm

    To be fair, i don’t think that getting home on a flight that you have booked in advance is expecting “a lot more” from an airline operator!!!!!

  2. paul.savage said on 1 Mar 2007 at 2:47 pm

    True Danny. But there are people who expect that they shouldn’t have to pay for food on the flight.

    Or you hear people saying that they are annoyed because they were woken up on their flight to see if they wanted to buy any of the ‘gear’ from the cabin crew.

  3. Asim Riaz said on 19 Sep 2008 at 6:25 pm

    My name Asim Riaz, I am doing Diploma in Travel Industery and iam looking job For Cabin Crew

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