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 Aer Lingus: Its January growth was the strongest of the four airlines that make up IAG. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aer Lingus traffic grew more than 12 per cent in January, according to figures released by its parent, International Airlines Group, on Friday. The I(...)

Bright bags are easy to find in a baggage hall

Picking the right luggage and packing smartly is vital now with airlines seeing baggage as a source of revenue. The cost of bringing baggage continues(...)

Cork Airport said  all markets grew last year, but the biggest expansion in percentage terms was on German routes

Norwegian Air International could begin selling tickets for its proposed US flights from Cork next month, according to the airport. The Irish-based (...)

Iberia will begin flying between the two cities on June 3rd, two weeks earlier than it did this year

Cork Airport and Tourism Ireland hope that an extension of the Iberia Express summer service to Madrid will boost visitor numbers from Spain. The S(...)

Aer Lingus owner IAG is reviewing outstanding orders for the latest Boeing and Airbus wide-body  jets

Aer Lingus owner IAG will continue to generate attractive returns for shareholders despite a difficult 2016 which forced it to lower some of its longe(...)

International Airlines Group (IAG) owns Aer Lingus, Iberia, Vueling and British Airways. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Aer Lingus’s owner International Airlines Group (IAG) stuck to its long-term earnings and margin growth targets, shrugging off a deterioration in the (...)

The 4G service will give passengers broadband internet access across multiple mobile devices with connection speeds similar to what they have at home.

Aer Lingus is to introduce high-speed inflight wifi for passengers on short-haul flights from next year after agreeing a deal with provider Inmarsat. (...)

Aer Lingus is on track to re-enter the One World Alliance, a broader agreement between carriers that it left while still an independent airline.

Aer Lingus could strengthen links with American Airlines as the pair move towards an agreement on co-operating on scheduling and pricing, according to(...)

Aer Lingus planes: International Airlines, the airline’s  parent company, launched its global accelerator programme this week, Hanger 51. Aviation start-ups are invited to submit applications. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters
Road Warrior

International Airlines Group IAG, parent company of British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, Vueling, Avios and IAG Cargo, launched its global accelerator(...)

Dublin Airport has again taken first prize, the second time in three years, in the World Routes Awards  . Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Irish airports take off Irish airports must be the envy of the world’s airports with their winning streak at the prestigious aviation event, the Worl(...)

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