To support this volume of business, Ryanair is talking with Kyiv Boryspil about setting up a jet service center at the airport
Wednesday, November 21, 2018

To support this volume of business, Ryanair is talking with Kyiv Boryspil about setting up a jet service center at the airport

To support this volume of business, Ryanair is talking with Kyiv Boryspil about setting up a jet service center at the airport, Ukraine’s busiest. An IT center also may be in the cards. O’Brien said: “My engineer colleague is currently visiting several Ukrainian cities. We are considering the possibility of opening an IT center in Ukraine in the future.”

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