Aer Lingus is weighing adding another service to the US in 2017

Bottlenecks at Dublin Airport could threaten its long-term expansion plans, according to the chief executive of Aer Lingus’s owner, Willie Walsh. Th(...)

By 2019 80 per cent of IAG’s long haul fleet will be fitted with the system, known as 2Ku

Aer Lingus will offer wifi to long-haul customers under a new deal struck between its parent and US tech firm, Gogo. The carrier’s owner, Internati(...)

Rivals Aer Lingus and Ryanair are close to a passenger sharing deal, according to International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh.

Rivals Aer Lingus and Ryanair are close to a passenger sharing deal, according to International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh. (...)

Turnover rose to €5.1 billion in the firstquarter, up from €4.7 billion a year earlier

Aer Lingus parent IAG achieved a massive 520 per cent rise in operating profit in the first quarter, in what is traditionally the group’s weakest quar(...)

Retired Bishop Willie Walsh said he believed many abuse survivors had no one to talk to about their experiences. File photograph

Retired Bishop Willie Walsh has said he used to sit and cry in the aftermath of meetings with survivors of church sex abuse. Admitting he did not in(...)

John Paul Scally, Ireland managing director of Lidl: sales in the Republic are “significantly more” than €1 billion. Photograph: Keith Arkins

After more than two months without a government, a third attempt to elect a taoiseach ended in failure this week as the vultures of political instabil(...)

Willie Walsh, (centre)  with other figures from the aviation industry at the launch of the UCD Masters in Aviation Finance at the Smurfit Business School. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aer Lingus could fly from the Republic to China in the future if trade between the two countries drove demand for the service, the chief executive of(...)

“I know my way around the Far East very well. I have yet to be beaten on a request,” says Seamus Greaney

Rings for Halloween bracks and giveaway toys in cereal packets are all in a day’s work for Seamus Greaney who has been buying and selling promotional (...)

One of the reasons that International Consolidated Airlines Group  paid €1.4 billion for Aer Lingus last year was that it wants to extend its reach across the Atlantic. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

It is getting close to the crunch for Dublin Airport Authority’s (DAA) €250 million new runway plan. The State company got planning permission for the(...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of Aer Lingus parent International Airlines Group (IAG), took home a total pay packet of €8.8 million last year.

Willie Walsh, chief executive of Aer Lingus parent International Airlines Group (IAG), took home a total pay packet of €8.8 million last year. Accor(...)