Rivals Aer Lingus and Ryanair are close to a passenger sharing deal, according to International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh.

Rivals Aer Lingus and Ryanair are close to a passenger sharing deal, according to International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh. (...)

The commission accuses Google of abusing its market dominance by preinstalling apps on the Android devices it sells in Europe, while also preloading Google Search as the default search engine in some cases. Photograph: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP

Wednesday’s decision by the European Commission to charge Google with abusing the dominance of its Android operating system marks the latest attempt b(...)

Lyon: Aer Lingus and Ryanair have added extra flights to France during the tournament. Photograph: Robert Pratta/Reuters

Demand by football supporters to follow Ireland’s progress in the Euro 2016 championships is up to a third higher than the unsuccessful Polish campaig(...)

John Paul Scally, Ireland managing director of Lidl: sales in the Republic are “significantly more” than €1 billion. Photograph: Keith Arkins

After more than two months without a government, a third attempt to elect a taoiseach ended in failure this week as the vultures of political instabil(...)

Doug Parker: “We recognise that there is a team-building component to profit-sharing.”

Boom: supersonic aircraft coming back with a bang Supersonic aircraft are back in planning with news that not only are Nasa in the game to design a “l(...)

It is a sinking feeling when you realise your bag is not going to appear no matter how long you wait at the carousel. Across the airline industry the(...)

Aer Lingus: top red wine

Aer Lingus business class wins wine award Aer Lingus has won an award for the red wine served in business class in the prestigious Business Traveller (...)

Ryanair had previously said that if it could secure “workable Belfast-Gatwick slots” it would launch a high frequency service

Ryanair is expected today to make good on a promise issued last month by chief executive Michael O’Leary to expand and re-establish a “base in Belfast(...)

Swiss: gourmet food

Level three security alerts in 41 countries An analysis by the Collinson Group said 41 countries registered level three security incidents in the fir(...)

 Moyagh Murdock, chief executive  of the Road Safety Authority: “What I see is a culture here that it is acceptable to drive while disqualified. That must change” Photograph: Sara Freund

It was as a senior engineer with Bus Éireann, a company traumatised by the Kentstown crash in 2005 in which five schoolgirls died, that Moyagh Murdoc(...)