Ryanair passengers boarding. Photograph: Reuters/Hannah McKay/File Photo

Ryanair staff appear to be the hardest to find in European airports if passengers are hit by flight disruptions, while Aer Lingus staff are considera(...)

Gaël Méheust (l), chief executive of CFM International, with Dómhnal Slattery, chief executive of Avolon.

Aircraft lessor Avolon signed a deal for 140 engines valued at $2 billion (€1.78 billion) at list prices to power a portion of its burgeoning Airbus A(...)

Loganair will start flying from Carlisle Lake District Airport to Dublin from next month.

Scottish regional carrier Loganair is in discussions with Aer Lingus to come to an arrangement whereby both could publish and market each other’s flig(...)

Flybe investors were warned that failing to pass the deal would result in steps being taken to wind-up its operations. Photograph: Tim Goode/PA Wire

The boss of Flybe is to leave the airline following its sale to rival operators for just £2.2 million. Christine Ourmieres-Widener has decided to ste(...)

The bid comes after a week in which Thomas Cook’s share price fell nearly 40 per cent. Photograph: Paul Hanna/File Photo/Reuters

Embattled travel group Thomas Cook on Thursday said it received a bid for its northern European business from the private equity firm Triton Partners.(...)

 Norman Crowley from Crowley Carbon at his office at Powerscourt House: ‘Revolution is in the blood.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

“We don’t f**k the customer.” The blunt sales message boldly adorns the wall of Norman Crowley’s second floor office, between two sash windows overloo(...)

Flybe blamed the cancellations on a combination of factors ‘including seasonality, pilots’ end of leave year, Easter holidays, base restructuring and the shortage of pilots across the industry’. Photograph: Pascal Pavani/AFP/Getty

Uncertainty surrounds the future of Flybe routes into and out of Belfast after the airline left thousands of passengers stranded on Wednesday. Flybe (...)

 Aer Lingus staff welcome the arrival of first Aer Cap Airbus A350 at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Aer Lingus is to drop the mandatory wearing of make-up for its female cabin crew from November. The airline says it had been considering dropping th(...)

Virgin Atlantic air stewardess and steward training. Photograph: Mike Kemp for The Washington Post via Getty Images

Female cabin crew at Virgin Atlantic can breathe easy – at least their skin can, as make-up is no longer a mandatory part of their uniform. The airli(...)

Photograph: Tim Goode/PA Wire

Shares in Flybe Group soared after it said it had received an alternative financing proposal from a new consortium, challenging a Richard Branson-back(...)

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