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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’ Leary has said he would remove voting rights from non-EU shareholders following Brexit if that is required to meet EU rules on ownership. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Transport and Tourism Shane Ross could question Irish airlines about how they intend to comply with European Union ownership rules after (...)

CityJet specialises in “wet-leasing”, that is, hiring out both craft and crew to fly routes for other airlines

Irish airline CityJet is changing the craft it uses to operate a series of routes for Brussels Air after experiencing “teething troubles” with the Suk(...)

CityJet has shifted its service offering to wet leasing for other airlines.

UK regulators have approved Aer Lingus’s plan to take over CityJet’s services from Dublin to London City Airport. In the absence of the agreement, th(...)

Stephen Kavanagh, who is to step down as  Aer Lingus  chief executive at the end of the month. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

If Stephen Kavanagh was anymore down to earth he’d be subterranean. The Dubliner is as unassuming as they come, particularly among the officer ranks (...)

The first electric flight across the English Channel took place three years ago, in an Airbus E-Fan prototype aircraft.

That electric power is coming, on a mass scale, to motoring is pretty much now taken for granted. Battery and electric motor technology has advanced i(...)

Headquartered in Dublin, CityJet operates a fleet of 44 regional jets

CityJet was named regional airline of the year at an aviation awards ceremony in Berlin on Tuesday night. The Irish airline picked up the award at t(...)

Airline Stobart Air will operate some services from London City Airport services on behalf of British Airways in a deal similar to one involving Aer (...)

The Dublin-London City route has been Cityjet’s mainstay since it launched in the 1990s. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

UK regulators intend investigating Aer Lingus’s plan to take over Cityjet’s services from Dublin to London City Airport for possible breaches of compe(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary  at the airline’s agm on  September 20th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Within hours of warning shareholders this week that profits would fall below what they were expecting, Ryanair was advertising 25 per cent off flights(...)

IAA chairman designate Michael McGrail said it was critical that Dublin Airport’s new runway be built as planned.

The Republic’s air travel safety regulator and the Government are planning for possible post-Brexit flight chaos, TDs and senators heard on Wednesday.(...)

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