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Banks were among the biggest losers, with AIB tumbling 8.94 per cent to €1.14 while Bank of Ireland declined 7.81 per cent to €1.86. Photograph: Peter Muhly/AFP

Banks and oil companies led European stocks lower on Tuesday as investors turned wary ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. DUBLIN The I(...)

Ryanair expects to carry 80 million passengers this year, close to half it expected before the pandemic.

Ryanair shares surged almost 16 per cent on Monday despite the group predicting that it would lose €200 million in the three months to the end of June(...)

Ireland’s Iseq all-share index slipped 1.74 per cent after the banks slumped on results from Bank of Ireland which spooked investors.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A jump in coronavirus cases in South Korea and Germany rattled investors and sent global equities markets lower on Monday, while safe-haven assets, in(...)

 Last year Shannon Airport saw  its first annual falloff in numbers  since 2013, with 150,000 fewer travellers than in 2018. Photograph:  Arthur Ellis/Press22

Post-tax profits at Shannon Group, which operates Shannon Airport, rose 43 per cent to €21.6 million last year despite the first reduction in passenge(...)

Norwegian Air will temporarily lay off half its employees. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Norwegian Air will scrap another 4,000 flights and temporarily lay off up to half of its employees due to the coronavirus outbreak, the company said o(...)

If Thomas Cook, with 178 years of experience, can go to the wall, what hope is there for others selling traditional package holidays? Photograph: Digital Vision/Getty

Michael O’Leary knows how to grab a headline. This week the Ryanair boss declared that he thinks the package-holiday market “is screwed, it’s over... (...)

Empty shelves at a Target shop in Hollywood, Florida, as people stock up before the arrival of  Hurricane Dorian. Photograph: Bloomberg

Residents of Florida braced for what could be a historically damaging storm as Hurricane Dorian lingered on Friday in the western Atlantic, building s(...)

CarTrawler reported turnover of €164 million for the first nine months of 2018. This compares to €201.7 million for full-year 2017

Irish travel tech company Cartrawler has reported flat revenues and a drop in profits for the first nine months to September last year as it invested (...)

A British Airways  spokesman said  “our proposed pay offer of 11.5%  over three years is fair”

British Airways (BA) pilots voted in favour of industrial action as part of an accelerating pay dispute that is threatening to disrupt flights at the (...)

US aviation unions accuse Norwegian Air of using its Irish subsidiary as a flag of convenience to hire pilots and crews cheaply from agencies.

US legislators want to ban so-called “flag of convenience” airlines in a move one says was prompted by Irish-registered Norwegian Air International’s (...)

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