Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Dublin to London is the second most travelled air route in the world, according to new figures. Photograph:  Matt Kavanagh / The Irish Times

Dublin to London is the second most travelled international air route in the world, according to new figures.Some 3.6 million people travelled the Dub(...)

Datalex chief executive Aidan Brogan: “Chinese airlines continue to lead by every industry growth metric.”

A key event during Richard Bruton’s visit was the opening of Datalex plc’s new Beijing office. In 2011, China’s flagship carrier Air China chose the D(...)

 A view from the Japan Coast Guard Gulfstream V aircraft  on route today to the search zone for debris from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean. Photograph:  Paul Kane/Pool/Getty Images

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 highlights the need for security improvements in tracking aircraft and also screening passeng(...)

People lay flowers near a fence of Kazan airport, where a Tatarstan Airlines Boeing 737-500 airliner crashed. Photograph: Maxim Shemetov /Reuters

The pilot of an airliner that crashed near the Russian city of Kazan killing 50 people had pushed the steering column to pitch it into a nosedive, cra(...)

In-flight entertainment options must evolve to “surprise and delight” passengers at a time when the availability of on-board wifi is further encouragi(...)

Ryanir confirmed as the world’s most popular airline after IATA’s World Airline Transport Statistics showed it carried 79.6 million international passengers last year.

Global equity markets rose and the dollar strengthened against the yen yesterday on expectations the US Federal Reserve will reinforce its commitment (...)

Passengers wait for their flight at Nice International airport yesterday.

The 48-hour strike by French air traffic controllers that grounded more than 3,000 flights across Europe since Tuesday morning ended last night but fu(...)

 Aer Lingus reported yesterday that it carried more than 1 million passengers in May, which was 5.3 per cent more than in the same month last year.  Photograph:  Frank Miller

Bad things happen in threes apparently, but it looks like good news can do the same, when it wants.Yesterday, both Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport (...)