Christoph Mueller: if you set Michael O’Leary on him brandishing a merger proposal, the Aer Lingus boss would probably win Bud:runway Run hands down

It’s good to see executives at Aer Lingus still have a finely-tuned nose for competition. According to a witty report on, the (...)

Christophe Mueller: plenty of leg room on new transatlantic flights

Aer Lingus chief executive Christophe Mueller was in fine fettle on Wednesday at the airport reception for the inaugural Aer Lingus Dublin-San (...)

The airline endured a good deal of turbulence last year as a row over the €780 million hole in the pension plan it operates jointly with Dublin Airport Authority dragged on.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Aer Lingus paid its chief executive, Christophe Mueller, €1.5 million last year, 15 per cent more than in 2012, the air(...)

Members of  Siptu at Dublin and Cork airports voted overwhelmingly yesterday to strike, while those at Shannon Airport and Aer Lingus are expected to deliver a similar result today.

Trustees of the insolvent Irish aviation workers’ pension scheme are expected to step into the row over its €780 million deficit later this week in a (...)

Michael O’Leary: at full gallop, just like the old days

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has come out swinging in a showdown with racing authorities over the frequency of late changes by his Gigginstown House S(...)

Siptu’s Aer Lingus committee will meet today to discuss “activating industrial action from the original ballot or having a fresh ballot for industrial action”

Siptu representatives at Aer Lingus will today consider balloting members for industrial action as the row over the airline’s pension difficulties dra(...)

Goodbody stockbrokers will host its first high-level aviation investor conference in the Gibson hotel next Friday (13th!), with a squadron of industry(...)

Chairman designate of An Post Christophe Mueller told the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Transport and Communications  that the most unprofitable element of the business was the “last mile”  –  the final leg of its postal delivery service. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

An Post’s most unprofitable business is its postal delivery service, the State company’s incoming chairman told an Oireachtas committee today. (...)