Travel buddy: Pets must comply with EU and other countries’ regulations by having a Pet Passport and being microchipped. Photograph: Thinkstock

Many people worry about their dogs and cats when on holiday, and miss them when they are away, so it won’t come as a surprise to hear that more and m(...)

Hitachi’s Emiew3 humanoid robot: the technology behind so-called “chatbots” is starting to move very quickly.  Photograph: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg

Do you care which one? Sometimes, a pizza is just a pizza, isn’t it? A taxi is just a taxi, as long as it turns up and gets you there? A paper, maybe (...)

The events of the past few weeks will have many people looking over their shoulder when they use airports. Security, a vital part of the travel proce(...)

A Ryanair aircraft sits on the tarmac at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

The former head of economic regulation at the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), Diarmuid O’Conghaile, is joining Ryanair later this year. Ryanair conf(...)

 Italy’s national soccer player Riccardo Montolivo during a training session at Coverciano Sports Center in Florence, Italy. Photograph: Maurizio Degl’ innocenti/EPA

As soccer fans look forward to the European championship in France this summer, investment strategists have an eye on which listed companies could pro(...)

Ryanair: airline closed down nearly 1 per cent to €13.30 as the stock continued to be affected by lower oil prices. Photograph:  Alan Betson

European stocks fell for the fourth time in six days on Thursday led by declines in banks and carmakers. Already the worst performers among industry (...)

Bank of Ireland tumbled 3.14 per cent to 24.7 cent after more than 118 million of its shares were traded

Drug companies led a rebound in European stocks yesterday after they reached their lowest levels in almost six weeks. AstraZeneca, Shire and GlaxoSm(...)

Air France’s clothing advice was contained in an internal note to staff. The airline will will begin three daily fights to the Iranian capital on April 17th, eight years after they were stopped following the imposition of international sanctions against Tehran.

Air France is facing a mutiny after instructing female crew to wear trousers during flights to Iran and to don a “loose-fitting jacket and headscarf” (...)

A passenger aircraft operated by KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM Group. Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

Dutch carrier KLM has launched the first in a series of 80 flights from Oslo to Amsterdam using a biofuels blend to power an Embraer E190 jet, in a bo(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe  with CityJet executive chairman Pat Byrne. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Airline City Jet has confirmed that founder Pat Byrne and a group of private investors have bought the company from its German owner, Intro Aviation.(...)