China is the world’s largest outbound travel market, and one of the fastest-growing, with trips from China predicted to grow to 200 million a year by 2020

The first direct flights from Dublin to Beijing have been launched by Hainan Airlines, China’s fourth-largest carrier. The year-round service is Dubl(...)

Marqette, in Dublin Airport, will run an honesty-based food and drink take away trial in the airport this month

The decency of passengers making their way through Dublin Airport is to face a very stern test in the weeks ahead with the roll out of a new honesty-b(...)

Mark Foley, the newly appointed chief executive of Eirgrid

Eirgrid, the body responsible for power supply through the national grid, has named Mark Foley as its new chief executive. Mr Foley joins the group (...)

Capi: the Dutch company operates airport electronics stores in six countries

A Dutch company’s challenge to DAA’s award of a €50 million contract to operate electronics stores at Dublin Airport has come before the Commercial C(...)

Half of all European flights scheduled for Tuesday are facing delays, following a systems outage. File photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters

Half of all European flights scheduled for Tuesday are facing delays, following an air traffic control systems outage. Eurocontrol, the organisation (...)

Close to 30 million passengers passed through Dublin Airport last year, an increase of 6 per cent on 2016. Forecasts have suggested that, by 2050, it could be catering for 55 million people annually. Photograph: Kate Geraghty,

The development of a third terminal at Dublin Airport is not needed at this time, trade unions have maintained. In a submission to the new review of(...)

Heading for  Terminal 2  at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Every morning between 5.45 and 7.45, about 10,000 people travel through Dublin Airport. At 6.45am on a Friday I encounter seven of them, a hen party f(...)

The Irish Hotels Federation has since Wednesday housed thousands of displaced passengers for airlines travelling through Dublin Airport.

Ireland must learn to react better to extreme weather events, instead of simply “shutting down and going home for a few days”, according to the genera(...)

A For Sale  sign  outside  a home in Miami, Florida. Photograph:  Getty Images

Of all the markets in which Irish property investors dabbled down the years, none has proved more volatile than that of the US. An enormous country co(...)

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(...)

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