Computer-generated image of what Metro North arriving at Swords station might look like

The National Transport Authority has poured cold water over the possible fast-tracking of the Metro North project, with a leading official saying con(...)

The interior of Dublin Airport Terminal 2: workers have rejected a deal that would have seen pay rises and new work practices.

Workers at the Dublin Airport Authority (Daa) have decisively rejected new proposals on pay and work practice flexibility. Siptu, the union represent(...)

The National Civil Aviation Development Forum is made up  of the chief executives of all the major airlines, airports, State agencies, and aviation leasing companies

The future of a Government forum involving the biggest players in Irish aviation has been cast into doubt over dissatisfaction at the level of engagem(...)

Almost 28 million passengers passed through Dublin Airport last year, marking an increase of 11 per cent in passenger numbers on the previous year. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

DAA has been given five more years to build its planned €320 million north runway at Dublin Airport. A 10-year planning permission for the runway pr(...)

“Surely one board for Terminal 1 and another for Terminal 2 with clear markings would be a good idea.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

We got a mail from a reader from Dublin by the name of Magdalen O’Connell which may resonate with anyone who has ever tried to navigate a confusing ai(...)

A new review of airport capacity will look at the potential of establishing a third, privately-operated, terminal at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Kate Geraghty/The Irish Times

A new review of airport capacity will look at the potential of establishing a third, privately-operated, terminal at Dublin Airport, Minister for Tran(...)

An Bord Pleanála has granted permission for the construction of four individual Grade A buildings.

Daa (formerly known as the Dublin Airport Authority) has secured planning permission for almost half a million sq ft of offices in a planned new 70-ac(...)

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone: “I am deeply concerned that discrimination may be happening at US immigration in Irish airports.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The operation of US immigration pre-clearance at Irish airports must be “urgently reviewed”, Minister for Children Katherine Zappone has said. Her c(...)

 London City Airport: beginning its 30th year

London City Airport begins its 30th year with a well-established record of growth. Hosting four routes and 15,000 passengers in 1987, it carried 4.5 m(...)

‘There is no allegation security was compromised in Dublin, because security checks are carried out at airport of departure rather than arrival.’ Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Even those passengers who have used Dublin Airport hundreds of times have probably failed to notice one unusual feature; on no single journey are they(...)

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