Air France-KLM

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Salvage teams working to retrieve debris from the wreckage of Air France flight 447 off the coast of Brazil in 2009. Photograph: Forca Aerea Brasileira via Bloomberg News

Air France and Airbus should stand trial for involuntary manslaughter over their role in the 2009 Paris-Rio de Janeiro that killed 228 people includin(...)

 Aer Lingus’s capacity continues to be driven by cargo needs, with flights operating regularly to New York, JFK, Chicago and Boston with very low passenger load factors.  Photograph: Tom Honan

Aer Lingus has “too many resources and will need to adapt”, the airline said on Friday, as it continues to grapple with the impact of widespread Covid(...)

Management at Cork Airport had originally planned to complete the runway project  by night over a nine-month period in 2022 and 2023. Photograph: Cork Airport

Cork Airport will close for 10 weeks this autumn to carry out a reconstruction of its main runway, availing of the drop in passenger numbers due (...)

Food and ingredients group Glanbia advanced 5.3% on Thursday to €13.51. Photograph: Drew Nash/Times-News/magicvalley.co

European shares hit record highs on Thursday on hopes of stimulus-fuelled recoveries from the Covid-19 crisis. DUBLIN Food and ingredients group Gla(...)

The  package was the focus of at times tense talks between Air France-KLM’s biggest shareholders, France and the Netherlands, and the European Commission. Photograph: Filip Singer/EPA

Air France-KLM will receive as much as €4 billion and the French government could raise its stake to as high as 30 per cent as part of a recapitalisat(...)

Shares in Deliveroo plummeted 26%  as it made its highly-anticipated launch on the London Stock Exchange. Photograph: PA Wire

European shares dipped as investors eased off following a record first quarter and fears of a fresh Covid-19 wave once again cooled sentiment. DUBLIN(...)

Ryanair advanced 4.21%  to close at €16.725 after trading at a high of €16.81 earlier in the day. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

Prospects of a vaccine-driven economic boost and a big US spend on infrastructure sent European shares to record highs on Tuesday, aiding banks in par(...)

Ireland gave out €0.93 billion in state aid in 2020,  which accounted for 0.26 per cent of national GDP, the lowest proportion in the EU. Photograph: iStock

Ireland ranked last in the European Union for the amount of state aid it doled out to companies in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic in proportion to (...)

Wall Street’s main indices were lower in early afternoon trading. Photograph: AFP via Getty

European shares dropped on Thursday, taking their lead from Wall Street as investors sold off tech stocks that had driven a Wall Street rally in recen(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Ryanair’s battle against government aid for rivals such as Air France KLM, Lufthansa, SAS and others is not over yet. Since last year, the Irish group(...)

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