The UK airline market will effectively be ‘frozen’ in no-deal Brexit. Photograph: File photo/Getty

There will be no “silver lining” for aviation with thousands of flights at risk in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the director of Airports Council Int(...)

Both the European Commission and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) have warned planes could be grounded.

More than one third of all Irish air traffic could be grounded in the event the UK exits the EU without a deal in March, new figures from the umbrella(...)

EU regulations set out common basic standards for aviation security in the EU. Photograph: Brian Tietz/AP

A “no-deal” Brexit would cause havoc in airports all over Europe, costing hundreds of millions of euro, compromising security, and leading to a “highl(...)

The study commissioned by Airlines for Europe (A4E), whose members include Ryanair and Aer Lingus, claims that airports average earnings margins are 46 per cent, indicating “extraordinary levels” of profitability.

Europe’s airports are overcharging passengers and abusing market power, a new study commissioned by the continent’s biggest airlines claims. The stu(...)

KLM  offers travellers booking confirmation, check-in notification, boarding passes and flight status updates in 10 languages on Twitter and WeChat. Photograph:  Xtra Koen Suyk

Good news all round in the aviation industry with IATA revising the 2017 profitability outlook upwards. Profits from airlines are expected to be $31.4(...)

An airport  trade association, said a laptop cabin ban could affect 3,684 flights weekly to the US from 59 European airports.

The US is considering expanding the ban on laptops in airline cabins on flights not only from Europe but from other regions despite objections. US an(...)

Kerry Airport: the EU’s regional airports, with fewer than a million passengers a year, depend most on the UK, which provides more than 15 per cent of their business.

The European Union’s smaller airports stand to suffer most from Brexit, a conference in Cork heard on Tuesday. Olivier Jankovec, director general of (...)

Dublin Airport handled 2.92 million passengers in July, 9.3 per cent more than during the same month last year. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Just over 16 million travellers passed through Dublin Airport in the first seven months of the year, according to independent figures confirming its p(...)

‘Don’t be afraid to travel’ is the upbeat message from Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) to everyone who wants to go on holiday. Photograph: iStock photo

Travelling abroad when you have restricted mobility or if you are recovering from an illness or treatment is commonplace and there is no reason why it(...)

Dublin Airport: Transatlantic traffic rose 7 per cent as more than 343,000 people travelled between Dublin and north America.

Dublin Airport is on track for another record year after handling almost three million passengers in July, making it the busiest month in its history.(...)

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