LATI Announce Company Closure With Lose Of 411 Jobs

Over 400 staff at Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland (LTAI) in Rathcoole, Co Dublin have received notice of employment termination as the company announced that is it to close it jet engine overhaul facility.

In November the company had announced that it was considering closing the company, subject to the results of a consultation with relevant parties.

It is understood that an offer to take over the facility by an outside party had not lead to an acceptable offer.


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