Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Google Maps

A flight from Knock to the UK was forced to make an emergency landing in Dublin on Friday after the crew reported smoke in the cockpit. Flybe flight B(...)

 China’s state-owned railroad equipment makers CSR Corp and China CNR Corp have merged to become CRRC. It is the world’s second-biggest industrial company, trailing only General Electric. Photograph: Wang Zhaowang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images

CRRC may not be a name to conjure with right now, but since this month’s merger of two of China’s state-owned railroad equipment makers, CSR Corp and (...)

 China’s state-owned railroad equipment makers CSR Corp and China CNR Corp have merged to become CRRC. It is the world’s second-biggest industrial company, trailing only General Electric. Photograph: Wang Zhaowang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images

CRRC may not be a name to conjure with right now, but since this month’s merger of two of China’s state-owned railroad equipment makers, CSR Corp and (...)

Bombardier is reducing its global workforce by 1,750 Photograph: Bloomberg

Bombardier Belfast said on Thursday it hopes to be able to save at least 60 jobs out of 280 under threat in the North after its parent group confir(...)

Dublin Airport had a viewing of the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on Friday in advance of the new routing beginning on June 20th. Ireland(...)

David Dobbin: “The sheer scale and breadth of the harbour’s business means that it plays a critical role in the economy in terms of being a major economic driver.”

It may be just a happy co-incidence that David Dobbin is an accomplished sailor. But it is an attribute that could prove to be extremely useful to the(...)

The North’s Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said the fall in both the local unemployment rate and the decrease in the number of people claiming jobless benefits was “encouraging”.

The number of jobless people claiming unemployment benefits in the North fell for the 25th month in a row during January to 48,200, according to lates(...)

A   Bombardier Learjet 45; part of the Ministerial Air Transport fleet. Job losses in Belfast  are the result of a decision by the aerospace group to “pause” its Learjet 85  program because of weak demand. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Bombardier Aerospace’s decision to cut 130 local production jobs is yet another “savage blow” for its Northern Ireland workforce, union leaders have (...)

Bombardier’s Belfast operations may have escaped this latest round of job cuts - but it was only last September that the Canadian group cut 300 temporary and contract jobs in the North and 90 positions from its permanent workforce.

Bombardier’s Belfast division has escaped a jobs cull that will see the Canadian aerospace group reduce its workforce by 1,000 people in 2015.The job (...)

Mairead Lavery, vice-president of finance at Bombardier in Montreal

Although Mairead Lavery has spent much of her career reaching for the skies, she may not have anticipated that her dreams would come true in quite th(...)