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Paul Lynch from Ballybough in Dublin moved to France in 1994 where he works for Eurocontrol.

From the shadows of Croke Park to Paris, Paul Lynch combines a career in aviation with supporting and strengthening the Irish community in France. Or(...)

An Aer Lingus source reportedly expressed frustration within the company of the Irish Government’s handling of air travel compared to other European countries.

Cork Airport plans to continue to facilitate Aer Lingus to operate its reduced winter schedule from Cork as the airline continues its review of operat(...)

Retailers  fear a shutdown in advance of the critical Christmas shopping season. Photograph: Sam Boal /RollingNews.ie

Retailers have written to Government urging them to class all retail as essential as stores fear a shutdown in advance of the critical Christmas shopp(...)

Ryanair claimed the restrictions are unconstitutional and breached various Health Acts.

Ryanair has lost its High Court challenge against travel measures introduced by the Government in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The airline ha(...)

Ryanair is challenging measures announced last July including that persons not travel outside the State save for essential purposes. Photograph: Reuters

The State has said that measures introduced by the Government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic do not impose a legal restriction on travel in and (...)

IAG, which also owns British Airways, Iberia and Vueling airlines, is launching the rights issue under new chief executive Luis Gallego. Photograph: Tom Honan

Aer Lingus owner IAG launched a heavily discounted rights issue on Thursday to raise €2.74 billion to help strengthen its finances, which have been sq(...)

 Dublin Airport:  Almost 10 million tourists came here in 2019, while our airports hosted around 38.12 million passengers. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Seen from the rest of the world, the Republic sits on a tiny island in the north Atlantic with fewer than five million people and one big-ish city. At(...)

The State, which opposes the action, says the measures are advisory, and not mandatory in nature, as alleged by Ryanair. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Ryanair and the State have agreed to an accelerated hearing of the airline’s High Court challenge against the Government’s international travel restri(...)

 Passengers at the Ryanair check in at Dublin Airport. Photograph:  Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Ryanair is seeking permission to bring a High Court action aimed at setting aside international travel “restrictions” announced by the Government earl(...)

Minister for Finance and Eurogroup president Paschal Donohoe

The euro region’s smallest nations staged an uprising to put one of their own in charge of finance ministers’ meetings and strike a blow against the b(...)

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