The Continental Christmas Market in Galway, running from November 21st to December 22nd

What: Continental Christmas Market Where: Galway When: November 21st – December 22nd It’s only been going five years and yet it is Irel(...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan

Travel software firm Datalex enjoyed a 15 per cent jump in transaction revenue during the four months to October.In a trading update, the company, whi(...)

A gay couple strolling past the graffiti on a remaining section of the Berlin Wall in  August 1993. Photo: Steve Eason/Getty Images)

In August 1986, 25 years after the Berlin Wall was built and just three years before it came down, the West Berlin radio station I was working for (...)

Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart: closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs

The former Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart, which closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs, is on the market f(...)

 1 Exchange Place at the IFSC:   344sq m  of modern, fully let offices

With the investment market for smaller lot sizes humming at the moment, agent Knight Frank should have no difficulty in finding a buyer for a modern, (...)

New Cathay Pacific route from Manchester to Hong Kong starts next month

Global growth and competition affect LufthansaThere was unsettling news from Germany last week when Lufthansa revised downwards its profit forecast fo(...)

Open day at DIT’s Grangegorman campus
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UCD When: November 8th, 10am-4pm Life on campus: Ireland’s largest university, with more than 30,000 students, UCD has in recent years opened a(...)

Like rival Lufthansa, Air France is trying to expand low-cost operations and reduce costs to compete with low-cost carriers and Gulf carriers

Air France-KLM said it would limit investments and accelerate cost controls next year to mop up the remaining impact of a recent pilots’ strike that h(...)

The EU has been investigating subsidies to several regional airports across Europe that may have benefited Ryanair and rival carriers.

Ryanair has won one of its longest-running legal battles after the European Commission ruled that its deal with Charleroi Airport in Belgium does n(...)

Lufthansa Technik reported a pretax loss for 2013 of $49.7 million, compared with a gain of $22 million in 2012. The accounts show this was largely due to the $58.3 million cost of shutting its aircraft engine overhaul plant in Rathcoole, Co Dublin, and laying off its staff. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Lufthansa offshoot that recently made more than 400 of its Irish workers redundant made profits of $16 million (€12.5 million) last year, the l(...)