Iag

138 results

Willie Walsh, outgoing chief executive of IAG. He was dubbed a miracle worker for pulling Aer Lingus back from the brink after he took charge  weeks after the September 11th, 2011, attacks. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Four years’ ago, as Willie Walsh stared at his 55th birthday, the age at which he once planned to retire, the former pilot gave himself a bit more tim(...)

A graduate in aeronautical engineering and business management, Luis Gallego began his career training officers in the Spanish air force before moving into senior positions in the country’s airline industry

Iberia boss Luis Gallego’s promotion to succeed Willie Walsh as chief executive of IAG elevates a company insider who has run the Spanish flag carrier(...)

 Willie Walsh, the then chief executive of Aer Lingus speaking to members of the press in 2001 on the day a restucturing plan was announced with the loss of over 2000 staff jobs. Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

News that Willie Walsh is stepping down as chief executive of Aer Lingus owner IAG won’t have come as a surprise to most people, given that he recentl(...)

Aviation is one of the sectors coming under intense pressure to reduce its carbon footprint as public fears about climate change grow.  Photograph: John MacDougall/AFP

Ryanair has again claimed to be Europe’s greenest and cleanest major airline despite being named recently as one of the continent’s worst polluters by(...)

British Airways has agreed a new pay deal with its pilots’ union, heading off the risk of Christmas strikes. Photograph:  Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

British Airways has agreed a new pay deal with its pilots’ union, heading off the risk of Christmas strikes as AerLingus’s sister airline looks to end(...)

Wall Street on Thursday. US, Europe and London stocks declined on the day due to the prospect of US-China trade deal. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

European shares fell on Thursday, hurt by losses for miners and automotive companies as doubts grew over the prospect of a trade deal between the US a(...)

IAG said profit was down as a British Airways strike hit results. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group (IAG) could slow short-haul growth next year on signs of economic weakness in Europe, according to chief(...)

Apple is due to report results on Wednesday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Monday Results: Alphabet, Spotify. Indicators: Euro-zone loan growth and money supply (Sep); UK distributive trades (Oct); US wholesale inventori(...)

Minister for Business  Heather Humphreys  with Niall Campion and Pat O’Connor, VRAI founders, Enterprise Ireland’s Niall McEvoy and Chris McHugh, VRAI’s senior VR developer, at VRAI’s  new Temple Bar offices. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish technology company VRAI is poised for expansion as it moved into new offices in Dublin’s Temple Bar. The company, which specialises in virtual (...)

Analysts said CRH continued a good run, remaining above €30 to close the week 0.4 per cent higher at €30.28

A gauge of global stocks edged higher on Friday, pushed by hopes of easing trade tensions between China and the United States. But there was still we(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »