Shannon has added close to 27 per cent new passengers over five years, but fell short of the 2.5 million for which the airport was aiming. Photograph: Arthur Ellis/Press22.

It took a long time, but five years ago the Government unshackled Shannon Airport from Dublin and set it free, promising that it would be a much-neede(...)

Aryzta lost as much as 38 per cent of its value in 2017

Swiss-Irish food group Arytza has made two key appointments as it looks to rebuild the ailing business. Aryzta, owner of the Cuisine de France bakery(...)

A process to find a successor to Pádraig Ó Ríordáin is to commence shortly.

Pádraig Ó Ríordáin, chairman of DAA (formerly Dublin Airport Authority), is to step down in mid-January on the expiry of his current term of office. (...)

Dublin Airport.

An appeal is being considered by Friends of the Irish Environment over the High Court’s rejection of its challenge to a new €320m runway at Dublin Air(...)

The automated passport machines are expected to speed up passenger movement at  Dublin Airport. Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times

Electronic passport machines come into service on Thursday at Dublin Airport, following trials which ended in April. Work has been completed at the a(...)

The couple had alleged that while travelling to Orlando in September 2012 they had been stopped by staff at a  security checkpoint

A Co Dublin couple who claimed they had been defamed and falsely imprisoned at Dublin Airport after being questioned about an amount of cash one of th(...)

Conall Mc Devitt, left,  of  Hume Brophy, who said the company had witnessed a rapid pick-up in demand for its services across Asia. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Irish public relations firm Hume Brophy has acquired Hong Kong and New York-based consultancy Madaket for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition gives H(...)

David Dilger, who has been appointed as the new nonexecutive chairman of Irish bookseller Eason. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish books and stationery retailer Eason has chosen former Greencore chief executive David Dilger to be its new nonexecutive chairman from November 1(...)

Dublin Airport: more than 25 per cent of flights to and from it were cancelled, although the Dublin Airport Authority said a secondary runway had operated for much of Monday afternoon despite the high winds.

Storm Ophelia threw the plans of thousands of people travelling to and from Ireland into disarray with many flights in and out of Ireland cancelled as(...)

Met Éireann forecaster Evelyn Cusack points to the eye of the Ophelia storm during a meeting of the National Emergency Co-ordination Group in Dublin this morning. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Met Éireann has extended a red level wind warning to the whole country as Ireland braces itself for the arrival of Hurricane Ophelia, ahead of what is(...)

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