Ethiopian Airlines: new Addis Ababa-Dublin-Los Angeles service

There was a right old Ethiopian hooley up at the Crowne Plaza hotel near Dublin airport last Saturday for the launch of Ethiopian Airlines’s new servi(...)

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories. We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabul(...)

Bryan Dobson of RTÉ, Catherine Walsh of The Reputations Agency, Sarah McCabe of the Business Journalists Association of Ireland, and Mary Murray, Dublin Simon Community, launching this year’s Business Journalists Association of Ireland annual corporate quiz. Photography: Conor Healy

The Business Journalists Association of Ireland has raised €48,000 for the Dublin Simon Community at its annual corporate challenge quiz. Held on Thur(...)

Walls Construction managing director Eugene O’Shea said the company was working on a number of flagship projects currently

Irish construction firm Walls has been acquired by a new holding company controlled by the existing management team and private investors, managing di(...)

Kevin Toland, Dublin Airport Authority chief executive, and Ray Gray, chief financial officer, at the launch of the authority’s report yesterday. Photograph: Fennell Photography

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), the State company responsible for Dublin and Cork airports, has reported an increase in post-tax profits of 41 per cen(...)

Elizabeth Lavin, of Calverstown, Kilcullen, Kildare,  arriving at the Four Courts for her High Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

A woman who fell on an escalator at Dublin Airport has been awarded €40,000 damages by a High Court judge.Mr Justice Michael Hanna said Elizabeth Lavi(...)

As well as its outlets in Cork and Dublin airports, ARI runs duty free stores in Bahrain, Barbados, Canada, Cyprus, Lebanon, Oman, and India. The business has a turnover of close to €880 million a-year.

State company Aer Rianta International (ARI) has won a contract to operate a new duty free concession at New Zealand’s largest airport from next July.(...)

The airlines had objected on the grounds that the reduction was not enough

Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport and Ryanair are no longer planning to challenge passenger charges set by the aviation regulator for the next five years.In (...)

The proposed solution includes a once-off € 191 million payment from Aer Lingus and a €72 million one from DAA to new defined contribution pension plans for active and deferred IASS members

Retired members of the joint Aer Lingus-Dublin Airport Authority pension plan are to proceed with a legal challenge against a proposal designed to (...)

Former DAA boss Declan  Collier did not take a bonus of €106,100 due in respect of 2010. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Former Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) boss Declan Collier (pictured) must have been watching events in the Dublin High Court this week with more than (...)