Ryanair announces first maintenance facility in Poland

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 (© O. Pritzkow)
Ryanair Boeing 737-800 (© O. Pritzkow)

Ryanair announced it would open its first Polish ‘C-check’ maintenance base at Wroclaw Airport in March 2016. Construction on the Wroclaw Aircraft Maintenance Services (WAMS) hangar will begin in November and the facility will create up to 150 high-tech jobs when completed, including licensed engineers, mechanics and support staff, as Ryanair invests over €6m at Wroclaw Airport.

A dedicated heavy maintenance facility, WAMS will deliver ‘C-check’ maintenance for Ryanair’s fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft and will consist of a 2 bay modern purpose built hangar facility with the option of further expansion.

As part of its on-going commitment, Ryanair recently launched its winter 2015 schedule at Wroclaw (where it has based 2 aircraft), with a new sun route to Tenerife and 16 routes in total,


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