Out of fear of a disorderly Brexit draws Europe's largest low-cost airline Ryanair spare parts from the English Central warehouse and then in other EU locations – also to Berlin-Schönefeld. There, the maintenance will be expanded division Ryanair Engineering, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, and new Jobs are created.
The company is in Germany for the maintenance of the aircraft of Ryanair is responsible. Maintenance chief Karsten mill field, once a managing Director at the BER airport, told the news Agency dpa the consequences of Brexit for the company: "We are concerned that it takes longer to get the spare parts from the Central warehouse in Stansted to the airport, where we will need them in the short term." The Run of spare parts could be difficult in the case of a disordered Brexit - for example, due to customs restrictions.
staff in Schönefeld will be doubled
The maintenance subsidiary based in Schönefeld, it was founded according to its own figures in the autumn. It is 100 new Jobs are to be created and, therefore, the workforce doubled. Ryanair wants to wait, according to mill field in Germany in the long term. Previously, the Airline had worked with external providers.
Since the beginning of the year to be relocated, according to mill field technique, parts of the Irish Airline to other locations in the EU. To include standard parts used in aircraft maintenance, so wheels, brake rotors, and lighting elements. Greater storage in addition to the Central warehouse in England - give it to the locations of Bergamo, Madrid and Dublin. In addition, smaller camps existed in Germany, around Frankfurt am Main and Schönefeld.
Ryanair is not the first group, the fear with the Brexit consequences for the complex processes in the air travel. The aerospace and defense group Airbus threatened in January with the closure of factories. "If there is a Brexit, without agreement, we must meet with Airbus may be very harmful decisions for the UK," said group CEO Tom Enders. There are countries in the world, who would like to build the wings for Airbus.
In the United Kingdom, Airbus is grouping almost the entire wing construction - what could be the Brexit tricky. Suppliers have to bring parts to the island, then the finished wings to plants in France, Germany, China and the United States. (with dpa)
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