Saad Hammad,  chief executive officer of Flybe. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Regional airline Flybe will consider launching new services from the Republic to follow the launch of its Dublin-London City route, where it will be (...)

Since 2012, Stobart Air has operated regional services for Aer Lingus under an arrangement due to last until 2022

Dublin-based Stobart Air, which operates Aer Lingus’s regional services, says it may have to expand its fleet after signing a (...)

Aer Arran recently rebranded to Stobart Air but will continue to fly in the Aer Lingus livery under its franchise deal to operate the larger airline’s regional services

The former Aer Arran has agreed a new partnership with Europe’s largest regional airline Flybe which will see it operate six new routes from Lo(...)

Passenger numbers at Aer Lingus Regional rose by 13 per cent in February, reaching more than 82,000, the airline said today. One of the largest(...)

Ryanair, Aer Lingus and Aer Arann are opposing the Government case in relation to travel tax. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The Government is pursuing three airlines for a total of €19 million in travel tax in a move that looks destined to end in a number of High Court case(...)

Following talks that began on Thursday night, Aer Arann and its pilots’ representatives confirmed yesterday they had reached a compromise that would avert the strike and allow Aer Arann’s flights go ahead as scheduled next week. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

The strike that threatened to ground Aer Arann flights next week has been averted after the company and its pilots’ representatives agreed a deal on p(...)

 Aer Lingus regional flights in Ireland and Britain on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday next week are likely to be cancelled if  industrial action goes ahead. Aer Arann provides these services under a franchise from Aer Lingus.

Regional airline Aer Arann has signalled that it is considering laying staff off if its pilots go ahead with a threatened strike next week.Pilots at t(...)

 Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar gets a tour of the first of eight new Aer Arann aircrafts from Seán Brogan, Interim CEO, Aer Arann  at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Maxwell’s

Regional airline Aer Arann is targeting British transatlantic fliers as it bids to boost traffic on its route(...)

Aer Arann, which operates the Aer Lingus Regional flights, is planning to create 50 new jobs and invest €144 million in eight new aircraft.

Aer Arann is planning to create 50 new jobs and invest €144 million in eight new aircraft. The regional airline said today that it is pla(...)