Avolon’s head of EMEA Lynn Guiney: “At the moment in Avolon we have 50-50 in terms of gender balance.”

Lynn Guiney joined Avolon in July 2016 and is responsible for origination in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. With more than 170 airc(...)

Shane Power Canavan: “There are good opportunities for advancement and different roles I could pursue in the industry.”

While today’s feeder school lists are an indication of the number of post-primary students who go on to shird-level, they do not include the numbers o(...)

 Former attorney general and chairman of Golden Sachs, the late  Peter Sutherland.

The following is an edited version of one of the last interviews Peter Sutherland gave prior to his death. Attorney general, European commissioner, d(...)

Howard Millar: last  year joined Stellwagen as chief operating officer and as as chief executive of one of its divisions, Stellwagen Capital.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Howard Millar and two other executives are leaving Irish- and US-based aviation leasing specialist Stellwagen Group in a surprise move. Mr Millar, Ry(...)

Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart: closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs

The former Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland facility in Saggart, which closed earlier this year with the loss of over 400 jobs, is on the market f(...)

Open day at DIT’s Grangegorman campus
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UCD When: November 8th, 10am-4pm Life on campus: Ireland’s largest university, with more than 30,000 students, UCD has in recent years opened a(...)

Lufthansa Technik reported a pretax loss for 2013 of $49.7 million, compared with a gain of $22 million in 2012. The accounts show this was largely due to the $58.3 million cost of shutting its aircraft engine overhaul plant in Rathcoole, Co Dublin, and laying off its staff. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Lufthansa offshoot that recently made more than 400 of its Irish workers redundant made profits of $16 million (€12.5 million) last year, the l(...)

Pio Fitzgerald: “When I was standing on the flight deck [of a Boeing 747 from Shannon to New York] at the age of five I knew I wanted to be involved in airplanes. It captured my imagination.”

It’s not many of us that can claim to have decided on our career choice – and later fulfilled it – at the age of just five, but for Kerryman Pio Fi(...)

Cabin crew at Aer Lingus staged a one-day work stoppage at the end of last month which is believed to have cost the company up to €10 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

As signs of recovery emerge in the economy, industrial relations in a number of sectors appear to be becoming more unstable.Perhaps as a result of wor(...)

An Aer Arann plane had to be written off after it landed in blustery conditions at Shannon Airport.  Photograph by Frank Miller

An Aer Arann plane had to be written off after it landed in blustery conditions at Shannon Airport. The ATR 72-212 (Avions de Transport (...)