Dublin Airport: rated number one for passenger service in the 15-25 million passenger category

110 air routes from US to Cuba to be decided The battle for Cuban air routes begins with the announcement that there will be 110 flights a day to the (...)

The new Aerotel in the multi-award winning Changi Airport has an outdoor swimming pool

Swim outdoors between flights at Singapore airport The new Aerotel in the multi-award winning Changi Airport, Singapore is almost a reason for taking (...)

Eugene Smyth, investment manager with Dublin BIC, which manages the AIB Seed Capital Fund, and Paul Glynn, chief executive of Davra Networks

Irish Internet of Things company Davra Networks plans to create 20 new jobs next year after securing an investment of €1.5 million. The funding comes(...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan

Dublin-based travel software specialist Datalex has reaffirmed full-year earnings growth of between 20 and 25 per cent and said it was continuing to s(...)

Mobacar founder and chief executive Mike Webster. He said the partnership “will disrupt a stagnant non-data driven industry”. Photograph: Norman McCloskey

Kerry-based travel technology company Mobacar has signed a multi-million investment deal with global car rental brokerage Auto Europe and venture capi(...)

Ethiopian Airlines has been selected to join the World Economic Forum’s Global Growth companies for 2015

Lufthansa first to trial new high speed in-flight internet access Deutsche Telecom and satellite company Inmarsat has announced a strategic partnershi(...)

EY Entrepreneur of the Year emerging catergory finalist: Alan Coleman, founder of Brite:Bill

Alan Coleman is the founder and chief executive of billing software company Brite:Bill. A graduate of University College Dublin and the Michael Smurfi(...)

Ruth Curran of Merc Partners with Willie Walsh, chief executive of  International Airlines Group. Mr Walsh said it would be “very interesting” if Virgin appeared before the Oireachtas committee. Photograph:  Angela Halpin

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive Willie Walsh says rival Virgin Atlantic has no interest in the Irish market, despite (...)

Incoming Aer Lingus chief executive Liam Kavanagh has said  the IAG deal would boost passenger numbers on the airline’s Heathrow routes. File  photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A deal with International Airlines Group (IAG) will boost passenger numbers on the routes between Ireland and Heathrow that are at the centre of the(...)

Etihad’s engine change record It must be the association with Formula 1 racing that has speeded up Etihad Airways, as it has just broken the wor(...)