The fountains of the Bellagio light up in the middle of the Las Vegas strip

For much of the summer, I flitted in and out of the United States. I revisited some favourite cities and discovered some new ones. I love America m(...)

British Airways: will be introducing a Heathrow to San José flight next May

Irish hotel prices up 15% in first half of this year Irish hotel prices rose by 15 per cent in the first half of this year. The average room rate is (...)

British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) has said it now controls 98.05 per cent of Aer Lingus. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) has said it now controls Aer Lingus, with the deadline for the Irish airline’s s(...)

Emergency services vehicles amassed at the scene of the major A27 route on Saturday, August 23rd, after eleven  people were killed when a jet taking part in Shoreham Airshow in England crashed into it. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA Wire

Eleven people are feared to have died in the Shoreham air crash in West Sussex on Saturday, British police said. Sussex police assistant chief constab(...)

Bernice Moran: ‘We plan to have shops in capital cities in the next few years

Virgin Atlantic 747 pilot Bernice Moran is co-founder and director of The Be Sweet Company with her sister Linda Moran. The business specialises in(...)

Aer Lingus will continue to fly with a shamrock on its tail but it will no longer have an Irish owner as it joins the British-Spanish group IAG.

It’s the end of an era as more than 95 per cent of Aer Lingus shareholders vote in favour of an acquisition by British Airways owner IAG, thus formal(...)

Aer Lingus staff, Fiona Tracey, Sorcha O’Rourke, Grainne Kelly and Lydia Worrell, welcome the arrival of first Aer Cap Airbus A350 at Hanger 6 Dublin Airport in July 2015. (Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times)

Shareholders in Aer Lingus have until today, August 18th, to accept an offer from British Airways owner IAG to acquire the airline. However the deadl(...)

Ryanair sees providing price comparisons as essential if it is to avoid becoming dependent on third-party websites, like Skyscanner

Ryanair aims to take on the online travel companies with a new website that will offer its 100 million annual passengers flight price comparisons, che(...)

Ryanair passengers asked to check in early for flights with website due to close at 9pm on Tuesday for five hours of maintenance. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times.

Ryanair passengers who fail to check-in for flights online ahead of a five hour suspension of the airline’s website on Tuesday night will be penalised(...)

The decision to possibly link up with long-haul carriers is the latest taboo to be broken by the Irish carrier, which launched a major customer service overhaul two years ago and introduced its first business fare last August

Ryanair is in talks with British Airways owner International Airlines Group and Aer Lingus about providing transfer connections for its rivals’ long-h(...)