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Tesco, the largest UK retailer, was downgraded by Panmure, which cited a decline in domestic sales that will “inevitably” hurt profits. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Irish shares slid yesterday, tracking a downward trend across Europe and the US that has stretched for the last five trading days.Improving economic d(...)

Aer Lingus said total flown passenger numbers, including those on its regional operations, fell by 5 per cent to 728,000 last month . Photograph: Frank Miller/Irish Times

Aer Lingus has reported a fall-off in both long-haul and short-haul passengers for November.The airline said total flown passenger numbers, including (...)

More than 3,600 former Aer Lingus workers claim that proposals to end the row over a hole in a pension fund  discriminates against them.

More than 3,600 former Aer Lingus workers claim that proposals to end the row over a €780 million hole in the pension fund it operates jointly with(...)

Simon Fagan, chief commericial officer Aer Arran; Sheila Gilmore and Fiona Cummins, both Aer Lingus Regional; at Shannon Airport as an independent entity as Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Aer Arann, announced 100,000 seats and 20 jobs. Photograph: Brian Arthur/ Press 22

Aer Lingus Regional plans to add 100,000 extra seats from Shannon Airport next year through adding a new route and expanding a number of existng servi(...)

The fundamental reason the Aer Lingus, Coillte and Bord Gáis deals fell through is that the price was not right

The Government’s plan to raise money through the sale of State assets would appear to be in a shambles. It has had to abandon, in quick succession, pl(...)

Dublin-born Brendan Donohoe spent almost his entire working life in airline administration, at home and abroad. The eldest of Bridget and Mattie Donoh(...)

Before the Government unveiled which of its businesses it intended selling, Minister for Energy and Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte dismissed talk of a fire sale, saying “there will be no State assets going up on eBay”.

At about 9am on Wednesday, Bord Gáis Éireann’s adviser, Royal Bank of Canada, called the three remaining bidders for the group’s retail division and t(...)

Michael O’Leary: at full gallop, just like the old days

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has come out swinging in a showdown with racing authorities over the frequency of late changes by his Gigginstown House S(...)

The deal for Iran to limit its nuclear programme lifted airline stocks as investors decided they are likely to benefit from falling oil prices

European stocks advanced, after posting their first weekly loss since October, as Iran agreed to limit its nuclear programme, lifting airline stocks, (...)

Aer Lingus cabin crew based at Shannon Airport have voted to accept proposals drawn up at the Labour Relations Commission aimed at resolving a dispute over staffing levels on new trans-Atlantic services

Aer Lingus cabin crew based at Shannon Airport have voted to accept proposals drawn up at the Labour Relations Commission aimed at resolving a dispute(...)

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