Dublin Aerospace welcomes industry veteran

Willie Flaherty (left) and Dominic Ryan
Willie Flaherty (left) and Dominic Ryan

Dublin Aerospace, a leading provider of aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, has announce the appointment of Dominic Ryan as general manager base maintenance and APU.

Ryan assumed his new role earlier this month and brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in the aviation industry.

As the HEAD of base maintenance and APU at Dublin Aerospace, Ryan is responsible for managing the aircraft maintenance and overhaul process, including APU overhaul and repair, ensuring compliance with regulations, maintaining the highest safety and quality standards, and efficiently utilising resources to deliver aircraft and APUs to customers on time.

Commenting on the announcement, William Flaherty, CEO at Dublin Aerospace said: "We are thrilled to welcome Dominic Ryan to the Dublin Aerospace team as our General Manager Base Maintenance and APU. With his impressive background, wealth of experience, and demonstrated leadership, we are confident that Dominic will play a pivotal role in the future of our operations.”

With a career spanning over four decades in the aviation sector, Ryan’s journey began in Aer Lingus as an aircraft apprentice. After spending a number of years as Aer Lingus station engineer in Cork, Ryan then became deputy chief engineer at the Irish carrier, where he oversaw various responsibilities, including line stations management and critical projects like transitioning line maintenance to Aer Lingus in Dublin. His leadership journey led him to the role of director of maintenance at Aer Lingus, a position he held until he joined the Dublin Aerospace team.

Commenting on his appointment, Ryan said: "I'm excited to be a part of a company that has a strong reputation in aviation maintenance, a great company culture, and a commitment to excellence. I'm looking forward to working with the fantastic team here at Dublin Aerospace and all its customers!”

Ryan’s appointment marks a significant milestone for Dublin Aerospace, reaffirming the company's dedication to providing world-class MRO services to its customers. His expertise and leadership will be instrumental in continuing to deliver exceptional maintenance solutions to the aviation industry.


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