Aer Lingus chief executive Sean Doyle described the airline’s performance as “solid in a challenging market”.

Dublin Airport should get “different people to run the business” if it cannot fund its expansion from reduced passenger charges, according to Willie W(...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG.

Aer Lingus’s owner could allocate more new aircraft to the Irish airline to aid further expansion in coming years. Rising fuel costs and other factor(...)

Former CRH executive Maeve Carton is set to succeed   IAG chief Willie Walsh as chair of the State body responsible for the Republic’s national debt. Photograph: Alan Betson

Former CRH executive Maeve Carton is set to succeed International Airlines’ Group (IAG) chief Willie Walsh as chairwoman of the State body responsible(...)

IAG chief executive Willie Walsh said the company performed strongly in both unit revenue and costs.

Pittsburgh in the US and Montreal in Canada are said to be amongst the new transatlantic destinations that Aer Lingus is considering for next year. A(...)

Aer Lingus began flying from Dublin to Miami this year. In 2018, it plans services to Philadelphia and Seattle. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Aer Lingus was worth €2.2 billion at the end of 2016, almost 50 per cent more than the sum paid for the Irish carrier by International Airlines’ Group(...)

British Airways passengers waiting  at Heathrow airport in London following the  IT failure that  ground almost 600 flights.  Photograph: EPA/Andy Rain

British Airways (BA) is one of the world’s best-known airlines, but its image for quality and service took a hammering at the weekend when it was forc(...)

Ryanair’s Diarmuid Ó Conghaile met with members of the British government to outline the benefits of remaining in the Open Skies system

Ryanair and Aer Lingus’s parent urged on Monday that a post-Brexit UK should stay in the EU’s Open Skies system following a meeting with members of th(...)

A new report, by Davy analyst Ross Harvey, points out that earnings downgrades have cost European airlines 20 per cent of their value in the last two months.

Ryanair and its low-cost rivals are likely to have to cut ticket prices to stimulate growth, according to stockbrokers Davy. A new report by analyst (...)

The group said second quarter operating profit before exceptional items totalled €555 million, up from €530 million a year earlier. Aer Lingus contributed €68million towards the profit.

Barry O’Halloran and CHARLIE TAYLOR Aer Lingus could launch two further transatlantic flights next year, its parent group International Airlines’ Gro(...)

IAG said  it no longer expects to generate an absolute operating profit increase similar to 2015. Photograph: PA

Ryanair and Aer Lingus parent, International Airlines’ Group (IAG), could be hit by a fall in UK passenger numbers following the Brexit vote, accordin(...)