Sunday 19 November 2017

Brexit's no flight of fancy and it's costing UK jobs

Irish aviation entrepreneur Conor McCarthy's aircraft maintenance business Dublin Aerospace is exactly the kind of business Theresa May's Conservatives would love to see expanding into Britain. Stock picture
Irish aviation entrepreneur Conor McCarthy's aircraft maintenance business Dublin Aerospace is exactly the kind of business Theresa May's Conservatives would love to see expanding into Britain. Stock picture
Editorial

Editorial

Irish aviation entrepreneur Conor McCarthy's aircraft maintenance business Dublin Aerospace is exactly the kind of business Theresa May's Conservatives would love to see expanding into Britain.

The UK is home to cutting-edge aircraft engineering giants and a global transport hub. Dublin Aerospace provides high-value added services that keep the global economy flying, literally.

The Dublin business, forged out of the collapse of the old ST Technics here, is growing at home with plans to hire 50 additional staff, as well as looking to expand abroad.

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