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Aer Lingus has accused trade unions of withdrawing their support for Labour Court proposals

Aer Lingus has accused trade unions of withdrawing their support for Labour Court proposals designed to resolve the €780 million shortfall in a pensio(...)

Danuta Gray’s retirement last week from the board of Aer Lingus has probably knocked Ireland’s average down a notch. Photograph: David Sleator

That cracking noise you hear is the glass ceiling blocking women from top positions in Europe’s biggest companies beginning to break. Negotiati(...)

Ryanair, Aer Lingus and Aer Arann are opposing the Government case in relation to travel tax. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The Government is pursuing three airlines for a total of €19 million in travel tax in a move that looks destined to end in a number of High Court case(...)

The Aer Lingus desk told our reader the error would be rectified on his next credit card bill

Surprise charges incurred while booking flightsIn September Brian Ó Súilleabháin booked a return flight for two to Prague via the Aer Lingus website. (...)

Chief executive of the DAA Keith Toland: said new routes would deliver another year of strong growth

Canadian airline Westjet has will operate its first transatlantic service to Dublin from next summer.Both the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) and Westj(...)

The Labour Relations Commission has put forward new proposals aimed at resolving the row over plans by Aer Lingus to close its cabin crew base at Shannon airport. Photograph: Alan Betson.

The Labour Relations Commission has put forward new proposals aimed at resolving the row over plans by Aer Lingus to close its cabin crew base at Shan(...)

David Patterson,  a technican at Lufthansa Technik Airmotive, said ‘Fellas like me, I have 29 years working here, fellas of 46 or 47, we are on the scrap heap’. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There was mixed news for Ireland on the employment front yesterday with Deutsche Bank announcing plans to recruit 700 additional staff over the next f(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary.  Today’s announcement is likely to be seen as marking a thawing of relations between the airline and the Dublin Airport Authority, which has drawn stinging criticism from O’Leary in the past for its charges and its decision to add a second terminal. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

The Dublin Airport Authority and Ryanair are likely to announce the latest and biggest in a series of deals today stemming from the airline’s pledge t(...)

Founder Tony Ryan. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The backgroundIt seems hard to credit now but there were doubts about Ryanair’s long-term viability as a public company in advance of its stock market(...)

Aer Lingus: no agreement with Impact on staffing levels. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Talks between Aer Lingus and the trade union Impact aimed at averting industrial action over plans by the airline to close its cabin crew base at Shan(...)

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