Ryanair planes at Dublin Airport . Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

The European Commission will relaunch an investigation into claims that the Republic’s travel tax was illegal State aid in a ruling that could further(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said the airline has had a bumper year.

Ryanair has the capacity to cut fares in the winter months by more than the 5 per cent to 10 per cent pledged this morning if rivals respond with redu(...)

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has been told that it must cut its passenger charges by almost 19 per cent over the next five years to € 8.68 from € 10.68 in a move that could help to cut air fares. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Barry O’HalloranThe Republic’s aviation regulator has told Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) that it must cut its passenger charges by almost 19 per cent(...)

Abbey executive chairman Charles Gallagher addresses the company’s AGM in Malahide, Dublin, yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Cutting taxes and levies on newly-built homes will help ease the housing crisis that has developed in Dublin and other urban centres, according to th(...)

Ethiopian Airlines is considering launching a service from Addis Ababa to Los Angeles that would use Dublin as a stopover.

The Government has taken the first step towards a potentially controversial deal with Ethiopian Airlines that would allow the carrier to stop at Dubli(...)

From next October, Ryanair  will fly three times a day from Dublin to a new base at Glasgow International Airport

Ryanair is aiming to carry 30 million passengers in the UK this year as it steps up its campaign to lure business travellers away from rivals such as(...)

Chief executive Michael O’Leary said in a statement that Ryanair expects to earn profits of between €580 million and €620 million in its current financial year.

Ryanair is taking a cautious view of 2015 after reporting that profits fell for the first time in five years in the 12-months to March 31st.The airlin(...)

Former Nama head of asset management John Mulcahy, who yesterday received the Society of Chartered Surveyors  of Ireland gold medal, with SCSI president  Michael O’Connor. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

  Investors and policymakers are basing decisions on property and construction on either “no information or the wrong information” acco(...)

 Rolf Soiron,  chairman of cement and building materials company Holcim, and Bruno Lafont, CEO of Lafarge,   in Paris yesterday. Photograph:  Ian Langsdon/EPA

News that rivals Lafarge and Holcim plan to mix up the world’s cement industry by creating a $50 billion giant with operations(...)

Developer Seán Dunne with a model for the proposed development on the site of Jurys and the Berkeley Court, Ballsbridge.

Ulster Bank is considering offloading its interest in the three Dublin hotels it backed Seán Dunne to buy for almost €380 million in 2005 in tw(...)