The IASS  is operated jointly by Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority. Photograph: Frank Miller

A proposal to cut retired workers’ pensions as part of an overall plan to plug a €750 million hole in Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme (IASS) has(...)

The airport management firm has indicated that it does not intend to increase the €72 million already on the table

Siptu could demand that the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) increase its €72 million contribution to a new staff pension scheme after the union’s memb(...)

Aer Lingus will seek shareholder approval for plans to address the €750 million hole in the pension scheme jointly operated by it and the Dublin Airpo(...)

Aer Lingus has pledged to contribute €191 million to seeding the new superannuation scheme while the DAA has committed to paying €72 million. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) unions plan to begin balloting workers in coming weeks on proposals to end the deadlock over the €750 million hole i(...)

 Aer Lingus Planes at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Alan Betson

Efforts to resolve the dispute over a €750 million hole in the pension scheme operated jointly by Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) s(...)

The defined benefit fund, the Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme is in the red to the tune of €750 million.

Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) now appear to be moving at different speeds towards a resolution of their joint pension problem. The air(...)

Protesters wear masks reading “Mato Resign” (in reference to Spanish Health Minister Ana Mato) during a demonstration yesterday against government spending cuts in the health care sector, outside the Carlos III hospital in Madrid, where a nurse who contracted Ebola is being treated. Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters

The Government has moved to allay concern over the growing threat posed by the outbreak of Ebola disease.The crisis, which this week saw the first Ebo(...)

Passenger numbers are growing, which means more people to share Dublin  Airport’s cost burden and more scope for economies of scale, which is worth another €1.

Following the more or less inevitable few weeks of controversy John Spicer, the aviation commissioner, finally decided on what the Dublin Airport Auth(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe last week used his powers under the Aviation Regulation Act to direct Mr Spicer to ensure DAA has the cash to implement Government policy

The prospect of a High Court battle between Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe and Ryanair over Dublin Airport’s passenger charges receded yester(...)

Minister for Transport and Tourism Paschal Donohoe: said he had no intention of withdrawing direction on charges

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has clashed with Ryanair over the High Court row in relation to passenger charges at Dublin Airport.Ryanair las(...)