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Ryanair creates 200 jobs at new tech hub in Dublin

4/04/2014 by


Budget airline Ryanair has announced the creation of 200 new jobs as it also proceeds with a digitally-led customer charm offensive.

The airline will re-launch its website in the middle of April and plans to launch a mobile phone booking app in June.

The jobs will be based at the airline’s new technology hub in Dublin.

They come as part of a wider expansion that will see 500 new pilots, engineers and cabin crew recruited in 2014.

New routes

In February Ryanair reported a £34m loss for the last three months of 2013.

And Ryanair passenger numbers fell 200,000 in March to 5.2m, down 4% on the same month a year earlier. It blamed the timing of Easter for the falling passenger numbers.

But the airline also said that it expected total passenger numbers for its financial year ending March 2015 to rise to 84m, from 81m this year.

Ryanair is opening new routes to the Republic of Ireland in 2014, as well as increasing the frequency of fights to more than 30 other routes, and is opening new bases in Lisbon, Athens, Brussels, Rome.

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