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Aer Southeast’s chief executive said the airline still plans to fly to Birmingham, Luton and Manchester from later this month despite it not having the required tour operator’s licence at this point

The chief executive of an airline that has been selling flights from Ireland without a licence has written to customers saying that their money is saf(...)

Birmingham. Aer Southeast planned to begin flying from Waterford to Birmingham, Luton and Manchester from late next month.

A new airline that has been selling tickets for flights to Britain from the Republic has yet to apply for a licence to do so from the State’s aviation(...)

American Airlines and the Transport Security Administration are testing a new type of scanner at Phoenix Airport.

New security scanners in the US American Airlines and the Transport Security Administration (TSA) are testing a new type of scanner at Phoenix Airpor(...)

Jean Scales who lives in Luton: “We did not get the right information when we were voting. They should have told us what would happen.” Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Belfast-born Jean Scales is one of many volunteers who help out each day at the Luton Irish Forum – a body that was set up to help ageing Irish immigr(...)

Waterford airport: the last scheduled commercial service left it  in June 2016 after airline VLM went into liquidation

Aer Southeast, a new airline, is due to begin services from Waterford airport on July 24th to London Luton airport, Manchester airport and Birmingham (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: the airline has denied changing its seat allocation policy. Photograph: PA

Ryanair has denied its free seat allocation system is deliberately separating people travelling together in order to force passengers to pay for reser(...)

Opel’s plant at Rüsselsheim: Each worker is expected to complete up to 7,830 tasks during their shift.

Working the line at Rüsselsheim seems tedious and tough. Each worker is expected to complete up to 7,830 tasks during their 7 ½ hour shift. In teams o(...)

Peugeot chief executive Jean-Philippe Imparato with the  Car of the Year award. Photograph: Salvatore di Nolfi/EPA

From hell to heaven is how Peugeot’s chief executive described the brand’s victory in Europe’s Car of the Year awards. Peugeot’s Jean-Philippe Imparat(...)

Noelette Hanley (pictured with Colin Salmon and Steve Abbott):  ‘Half of men and a third of women report finding it easier to talk to an Irish worker about finances.’  Photograph: Luton Irish Forum on Facebook

For more than 20 years, Noelette Hanley has worked with the Irish community in the south of England. Now she is chief officer at the Luton Irish Forum(...)

In some ways, PSA itself is taking a massive risk here. Opel has lost money every year since 1999, and has drained General Motors’ coffers to the tune of some €8-billion in just the last eight years.

So, with PSA Group, the company that owns and operates the Peugeot, DS and Citroen brands, taking over Opel from its current owners, General Motors, w(...)

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