Dublin has seen so-called “interlining” traffic double in recent years, but at 4 per cent it remains well below other airports such as Frankfurt, which has 55 per cent transfer traffic

A second runway for Dublin airport could help it become a leading global gateway for air travel, according to a new report. The study suggests that D(...)

Norwegian Air Group CEO Bjørn Kjos.

Management at Cork Airport and business leaders on Leeside have warmly welcomed the news that the US Department of Transportation has taken a signific(...)

How the arrivals hall at Terminal One will look once the upgrade has been completed

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has confirmed plans to spend €10 million on upgrading the arrivals hall in Terminal 1. Details of the investment wer(...)

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(...)

Michael O’Leary, chief executive officer of Ryanair. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) does not need to build a new €50 million air traffic control tower at Dublin Airport, according to Ryanair chief ex(...)

The Irish Aviation Authority said that the tower is needed to ensure safety and pointed out that other airports with parallel runways, including Manchester and Istanbul, have similar structures. Photograph:  Alan Betson

Dublin Airport will need a new 87m high air traffic control tower along with its second runway, bringing the cost of developments there to a possible(...)

The project’s cost is a potential source of friction with DAA’s airline customers who support the project but argue that it must be brought in on time and on budget. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) will meet airlines and local groups in coming weeks as it seeks to push ahead with its €320 million plan to build a sec(...)

DAA is to push ahead with plans for a new runway at Dublin Airport, in a bid to ensure further growth at the airport.

DAA is to push ahead with plans for a new runway at Dublin Airport, in a bid to ensure further growth at the airport. Permission for the new runway(...)

One of the reasons that International Consolidated Airlines Group  paid €1.4 billion for Aer Lingus last year was that it wants to extend its reach across the Atlantic. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

It is getting close to the crunch for Dublin Airport Authority’s (DAA) €250 million new runway plan. The State company got planning permission for the(...)

Sources have suggested that the DAA could reapply for planning permission, but this time for a longer runway than the one for which it already has permission. Photograph:  Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Dublin Airport Authority’s (DAA) planning permission for its proposed new €250 million runway expires next year, leaving the State company facing a nu(...)