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Passengers wait for their flight at Nice International airport during a strike by French air traffic controllers. The strike has ended but many passengers remain stranded. Photograph: Reuters

Up to 90,000 Ryanair passengers have been affected by the two-day strike by French air traffic controllers, making it the biggest disruption to their (...)

Passengers wait for their flight at Nice International airport yesterday.

The 48-hour strike by French air traffic controllers that grounded more than 3,000 flights across Europe since Tuesday morning ended last night but fu(...)

Passengers look at a flight information board which indicates delayed and cancelled flights at Nice International airport during a strike by French air traffic controllers. Photograph: Reuters

Intending air passengers are being advised to check their airline’s web site before travelling to the airport today because of potential disruption to(...)

With strikes beginning today, a total of 102 Ryanair flights will be cancelled. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish TImes

Thousands of air passengers face disruption due to a three-day strike by air traffic controllers in France which started today. The workers are protes(...)

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Deirdre Somers, chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Irish Stock Exchange chief Deirdre Somers was effusive this week as the exchange reported a 35 per cent surge in pre-tax profits, despite a 4 per cent(...)

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of EasyJet, said yesterday  the airline industry has entered a period of lower growth due to rising fuel prices. Photograph: Getty Images

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of listed UK airline EasyJet and a serial investor, said yesterday that the airline industry has entered a period of(...)

Aer Lingus prepares to meet unions next week to discuss the proposal, which involves paying a €110 million lump sum into a new fund and awarding salary increases due this year followed by a pay freeze.

Aer Lingus’s biggest shareholder, Ryanair, claims that the latest proposals to resolve the dispute over a staff pension fund will cost up to €200 mill(...)

The board of Aer Lingus has backed Labour Court proposals to pump €110 million in cash into a new staff pension plan.The recommendations are aimed at (...)

Ryanair came out fighting and warned that if the commission maintains this position in its final ruling in July, it will take it all the way to the British Court of Appeal. Photograph: Alan Betson

Yesterday’s provisional ruling by the UK’s Competition Commission that Ryanair may have to sell all or part of its 29.8 per cent stake in Aer Lingus w(...)

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