Despite Remoaning about Brexit, RyanAir are now to set to open a 14th UK base at Southend Airport, investing money and creating jobs.
The new RyanAir operation will open up in April next year, with more than 55 flights a week serving 13 routes to to 8 European countries.
That equates to a $300 million investment creating 750 on-site jobs.
Today we're announcing a new base at London Southend, from April 2019, with 3 based aircraft and 13 new routes to 8 countries – which will deliver 1m guests annually at London Southend Airport.
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) June 13, 2018
Despite the huge investment, RyanAir’s David O’Brien has still insisted that it isn’t a “vote of confidence into the future of UK aviation”.
Scaremongering on planes being grounded post-Brexit looking more and more absurd.
Remember when the BBC questioned if planes would even fly?
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) July 28, 2017
More absurd Project Fear garbage as investment continues to flow.