Dublin Aerospace, Ireland’s largest independent aircraft maintenance provider, has announced that it will be creating 150 new jobs over the next three years. Supported by Enterprise Ireland, the significant expansion of Dublin Aerospace’s workforce is part of the company’s strategy to double its turnover by 2023.

Based at Dublin International Airport, Dublin Aerospace operates a 4 bay base maintenance facility that can presently handle approximately 70 aircraft per annum, an APU overhaul centre that can handle 400 APU’s a year and a Landing Gear services centre that has capacity for 250 legs annually. The company’s base maintenance department caters for Airbus A320 family aircraft, Airbus A330 aircraft and the Boeing B737 New Generation and Classic aircraft. The APU Repair centre caters for most Airbus and Boeing compatible APU’s, whilst the Landing Gear Service Centre handles both the Airbus A320 family Landing Gears and the Boeing B737NG/Classic landing gears.


Pictured (l-r) at the announcement were: Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland; An Tánaiste and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald, TD; Michael Tyrrell, CEO, Dublin Aerospace.