The airline is also running new winter services from Dublin to Athens, Bologna, Murcia, Porto and Seville, as well more flights to Bucharest and Gatwick

Ryanair is backing Dublin Airport’s €250 million new runway plan, but does not want it to increase passenger charges to pay for the project. Dublin (...)

Long-haul traffic increased by 19 per cent last year, while short-haul traffic was up by 15 per cent

Dublin Airport could raise passenger charges to pay for the new runway that it looks increasingly likely to build, after passenger numbers hit a recor(...)

Service to operate three times a week from next April.

Norwegian Air International is planning to launch a number of services from Cork Airport, beginning with flights to Boston early next year. The airli(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe TD is expected to decide on the overall capital plan “soon”. Photograph: Sara Freund

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe is close to deciding whether to approve plans for a rail line connecting central Dublin with the city’s(...)

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A quick glance at the infrastructure built to protect Irish consumers over the past 20 years or so would suggest we’re pretty well served. We have (...)

Flowers on the beach near the RIU Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, where 38 people lost their lives after a gunman stormed the beach last month. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire.

About 200 people who had planned to travel to Tunisia have been reassured their money is safe following the closure of a tour operator one month after(...)

Under EU Regulation 261 airlines must offer passengers affected by cancellations a full refund or a rerouting on the next available flight or at a later time that suits the passenger

My flight has been cancelled because of the French strike. Where do I stand? In a long queue, most likely. Many passengers due to fly in or out of Fr(...)

IAG and the government are trying to hammer out a compromise over the fate of Aer Lingus’s valuable take-off and landing slots at Heathrow airport — the biggest barrier to IAG’s planned takeover of the Irish carrier. (Photograph: Artur Widak/PA Wire)

International Airlines Group and the Irish government are trying to hammer out a compromise over the fate of Aer Lingus’s valuable take-off and lan(...)

IAG chief Willie Walsh: told an Oireachtas committee he would be ‘crazy’ to extending from five years to a significantly longer period the guarantee that Aer Lingus Heathrow slots will be used only to service Irish routes. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

The wrangling over Aer Lingus looks set to continue for another while after the Government effectively pitched the ball back into bidder IAG’s court t(...)

The airlines had objected on the grounds that the reduction was not enough

Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport and Ryanair are no longer planning to challenge passenger charges set by the aviation regulator for the next five years.In (...)