Capt John Goss was dismissed by the airline in August 2013 just days after he appeared in a Channel 4 television programme which Ryanair claims made defamatory allegations regarding its commitment to safety. Photograph: Garrett White/Collins

A sacked Ryanair captain has lost his long-running unfair dismissal action against the airline at the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT). Capt John Go(...)

Dublin Metropolitan Police, dockers and Jacob’s factory workers in a re-enactment of events at the State commemoration of the 1913 Lockout on O’Connell Street, Dublin on Saturday. Photograph: Dara MacConaill

Exactly 100 years after Jim Larkin addressed supporters from the balcony of Dublin’s Imperial Hotel, a new generation gathered to hear him speak again(...)

Dean Flanagan: ‘The students went on national strike, which gave me a first taste of what the union can do for you.’

The Ryanair pilot who wants union recognition“There have been several attempts by Ryanair pilots to form a union and have it recognised, but all have (...)

Ryanair has initiated High Court defamation proceedings against a pilot. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ryanair has initiated High Court defamation proceedings against a pilot who appeared in a documentary which made allegations about its safety practice(...)

EOIN BURKE-KENNEDY Ryanair has initiated High Court defamation proceedings against Channel 4 and several other media outlets arising from a documentar(...)

File photograph of Ryanair pilot John Goss leaving the High Court in Dublin in May  2005. Photograph: Haydn West/PA

Ryanair has sacked one of its longest serving pilots for revealing safety concerns in a Channel 4 documentary this week. The airline said in a stateme(...)

Ryanair has said it will sue the makers of the Channel 4 Dispatches programme  into  the airline’s  safety   policy for its “false and defamatory” investigation

The Ryanair Pilot Group has accused the Department of Transport and the Irish Aviation Authority of not taking its safety concerns seriously. The grou(...)

Michael O’Leary today said that airline Ryanair does not have a policy of deleting cockpit voice recordings. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has accused Channel 4 of once again engaging in a “misguided attack” on its regulation of Ryanair. The IAA said las(...)