Dublin Aerospace chief executive Conor McCarthy at the company’s  maintenance facility in Dublin Airport. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Just days after announcing that it was hiring 29 apprentices, aircraft maintenance specialist Dublin Aerospace confirmed that it was opening its first(...)

Airlines that fail to be at least 50 per cent owned by EU nationals risk losing their operating licences and relinquishing extensive flight privileges enjoyed in the single market. Photograph: iStock

Aer Lingus’s parent says flights will continue after Brexit despite ongoing questions about the impact of EU airline ownership rules on the Irish carr(...)

A Covid-19 test being taken at Düsseldorf airport. Photograph: Sarah Pabst/Bloomberg

Global aviation bodies, backed by leading Irish industry players, have stepped up calls for a common EU testing regime to end Covid-19 travel restrict(...)

Willie Walsh: he  is joining Dublin-based CarTrawler

Willie Walsh has taken a new job at a Dublin-based travel technology group just weeks after leaving Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group. He(...)

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen: urged to ensure the commission implements an EU testing protocol to avoid quarantines and reopen borders.

Groups representing Irish and EU aviation and tourism want European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen to end travel chaos in the bloc by intro(...)

Shares in Aer Lingus parent International Airlines Group soared 22 per cent on Tuesday. Photograph: Frank Grealish

Investors were buoyed on Tuesday by easing fears in relation to the coronavirus pandemic and the potential for economics and businesses to get back to(...)

Firefighters spray water on the wreckage of a Pakistan International Airlines aircraft after it crashed at a residential area in Karachi. Photograph: Rizwan Tabassum/AFP/Getty Images.

A Pakistan International Airlines Airbus jet with 99 people on board crashed into residential buildings in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Friday af(...)

The best performing Irish stock of the day was Ryanair, which finished up 15 per cent.

Global markets rose on Monday, encouraged by a slowdown in coronavirus-related deaths and new cases, though a delay in talks between Saudi Arabia and (...)

 Ryanair said that it would cut flights to and from Italy, where the European coronavirus outbreak is at its worst, by 25 per cent from March 17th to April 8th.

Emirates will axe charges for changing flight bookings as the Gulf carrier bids to reassure customers weighing travel plans against coronavirus uncert(...)

Cairo International Airport: Tourism to Egypt has been recovering after a 2011 uprising and the 2015 bombing of a Russian jet. Photograph:  Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Egypt’s aviation minister on Sunday expressed his dismay over British Airways’ decision to suspend flights to the Egyptian capital to the UK’s ambassa(...)

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