PAM Ireland Supports Ryanair growing Boeing 737 fleet at Shannon Airport

                                                                


Prestwick Aircraft Maintenance IRE Ltd.​ or simply called "PAM Ireland" ​, is an EASA part 145 approved heavy maintenance facility supporting Ryanair's growing Boeing 737 NG and MAX fleet to 600 aircraft. The company is located at Hangar 5, a 3-bay 5,220 m2 facility at Shannon Airport.

According to Solo Check.ie Prestwick Aircraft Maintenance Ire Limited was set up on Monday the 4th of April 2022.

The Shannon Group formally announced the Ryanair €10 million on 18 May which create 200 high skilled jobs for the region, as the airline opens its first aircraft heavy maintenance facility in Ireland at Shannon Airport.

Prestwick Aircraft Maintenance Ltd whose only client is Ryanair, is a 100% subsidiary of Ryanair Group, and is UK CAA and EASA approved Part-145 aircraft maintenance and repair organization, which manages maintenance sites in Kaunas (Lithuania, Prestwick (Scotland), Seville (Spain) and Wroclaw (Poland).

The Ryanair Group has two Boeing 737-800s based at Shannon operating 21 routes, a number of routes are operated by non based aircraft by subsidiaries Buzz (Krakow, Warsaw Modlin), Lauda Europe (London Stansted, Palma), Malta Air (Malta, Marseille) and Ryanair UK (Manchester).

Image Credit: Shannon Group 

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