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Ibiza, home to the Balearic beat, is a Mediterranean island that has seen many invasions. It was first settled by the Phoenicians, then fell to(...)

Costa del Bucharest might be a stretch, but Romanian airline Tarom is putting its money where its mouth is in attempting to lure Irish tourists(...)

Pilots are understood to have contended that the move by the management to withhold the increment was in breach of their contracts and contrary to legislation governing the payment of wages.

Aer Lingus has told pilots at the airline that it will not pay incremental increases that were due (...)

 Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar gets a tour of the first of eight new Aer Arann aircrafts from Seán Brogan, Interim CEO, Aer Arann  at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Maxwell’s

Regional airline Aer Arann is targeting British transatlantic fliers as it bids to boost traffic on its route(...)

Aer Arann, which operates the Aer Lingus Regional flights, is planning to create 50 new jobs and invest €144 million in eight new aircraft.

Aer Arann is planning to create 50 new jobs and invest €144 million in eight new aircraft. The regional airline said today that it is pla(...)

Ryanair predicted passenger numbers would grow by 3% to 81.5 million.

Ryanair expects to carry close to 82 million passengers this year but believes airport charges and rising fuel costs will d(...)

The Irish market reacted very well to Ryanair’s results

Global equity markets rose yesterday as investors sought better returns in stocks, while uncertainty over the(...)

Low cost airline Ryanair has announced pre-tax profits of €650.9 million. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Revenues rose by 13 per cent to €4.88 billion at Ryanair, whilepre-tax profits increased by 3 per cent to € 650.9 million, on the back of stron(...)

Aer Lingus, one of the more tightly-held stocks on the Iseq, is set to expand its shareholder footprint Stateside with the launch of a Deposito(...)

Aer Lingus shares climbed 3.5 per cent in Dublin yesterday

Stocks pushed higher yesterday as investors remain optimistic that economic growth is picking up, with many companies reporting better than exp(...)

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