The aviation upkeep restore and overhaul (MRO) enterprise chaired by lead singer of rock group Iron Maiden, Bruce Dickinson, has been boosted with a contract win with airline Ryanair.
Beneath the winter deal, Ryanair will undertake two strains of heavy upkeep at Caerdav’s MRO facility on the Cardiff Airport aerospace enterprise zone in St Athan within the Vale of Glamorgan.
Withy Ryanair’s fleet anticipated to develop to over 600 plane over the approaching years, the Dublin primarily based airline stated the settlement offers flexibility as to the place it locations its plane for the upcoming winter upkeep season.
Ryanair’s director of operations, Neal McMahon, stated: “Our five-year progress plan will develop our fleet to over 600 plane and we’re happy to announce this settlement with Caerdav to conduct upkeep at their fashionable MRO facility in Cardiff this winter. This settlement will enable Ryanair to utilise two heavy upkeep slots, with plane coming in nostril to tail for the upcoming winter season.
“Caerdav has a superb status for a top quality service providing within the trade and we’re happy to be asserting this new deal, which is able to make sure that Ryanair has flexibility as to the place it locations its plane for the winter upkeep season.”
Richard Pitts-Robinson, head of business at Caerdav stated: “We’re delighted that Ryanair has felt they will put their belief in Caerdav. As a staff we take nice satisfaction in providing our prospects a world-leading service, and to have the ability to show this to an airline the dimensions of Ryanair could be very thrilling certainly – we’re wanting ahead to welcoming the primary plane into St. Athan.”