Bombardier Set To Resume Production In Belfast On May 4 - 3300 Employees
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April 21, 2020 - by Ryan McAleer for irishnews.com
AEROSPACE specialist Bombardier has confirmed it is targeting a return to work at its Belfast sites on May 4, with some operations potentially returning next week (April 27).
The Canadian-owned aerospace firm, which is due to become part of the Kansas-based Spirit Aerosystems group this year, said it had communicated the plan to staff after consulting with trade unions.
The company said it "may begin work progressively in some areas and functions" from April 27 to support crucial deliveries, particularly to external customers.
The Department for the Economy published a list of 'priority sectors' on Friday, but described it as advisory, stating that Northern Ireland companies would be able to make their own decisions.
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