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The Commission for Aviation Regulation in May proposed cutting the Dublin Airport’s charges to €7.50 a head for the next five years, from €9.30.

Regulators will rule next week on plans to cut Dublin Airport’s passenger charges in a move likely to anger the gateway’s owner, DAA. The Commissio(...)

IAG chief executive Willie Walsh. Aer Lingus postponed the launch of a Dublin-Montreal service to summer 2020 from this year following a hold-up in the delivery of new Airbus A321 long range. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Delays in the delivery of new Airbus aircraft is slowing expansion at Aer Lingus, according to Willie Walsh, chief executive of the carrier’s owner, I(...)

The report found that Dublin Airport’s expansion will prevent other airports from acting as catalysts for regional growth.

The Government should consider aid for Shannon and Cork airports to help combat the imbalance created by Dublin’s growth, a report backed by four cham(...)

The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) survey suggests few passengers believe the airlines will pass on any reduction in charges

The majority of Dublin Airport passengers (60 per cent) are against proposals to cut passenger charges, believing the money should be used instead to (...)

Billy Gilpin, director of train operations at Iarnród Éireann said the company normally kept two months of fuel supply for CIE’s buses and trains. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

More than three months of fuel supply is being stockpiled for State-run buses and trains to cope with potential shortages arising in the weeks after B(...)

From left to right: Emily O’Brien, Dublin Simon Community, Niamh Boyle, The Reputations Agency, Barry O’Halloran, senior reporter at the Irish Times business section, Debbie Byrne, managing director of An Post Retail and Bryan Dobson, Quiz Master. Photograph: Conor Healy/Picture it Photography

Calling all corporates: the Business Journalists Association of Ireland (BJAI) on Friday launches the 19th annual Corporate Challenge quiz, in aid of (...)

Dublin Airport is Ireland’s biggest and handled more than 31 million passengers last year. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Fingal County Council is seeking the public’s views on the draft local area plan for Dublin Airport. The council says that the plan provides for the (...)

Conductor Alice Farnham with Grant Thornton partner Paul Jacobs and Sean McGrath, chief executive of Allianz, after Grant Thornton won the best large sponsorship category at the 2019 Allianz Business to Arts Awards. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

Grant Thornton has won the best large sponsorship category at the 2019 Allianz Business to Arts Awards with its female conductor programme. The progr(...)

Aer Lingus aircraft at Dublin Airport. Under EU legislation, flights can be restricted only where other measures to ease aircraft noise will not work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Airport owner DAA is likely to apply shortly to Fingal County Council’s Airport Noise Competent Authority to change planning conditions attache(...)

Shannon Airport  faces a decline in passengers in 2019. The number that travelled through the airport in June was down 12 per cent

Most observers were not surprised that the Minster for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, extended Rose Hynes’s tenure as chairwoman of Shannon(...)

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