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MeetingsBooker.com founder and chief executive Ciaran Delaney.

MeetingsBooker.com is expecting the number of reservations it processes through its software platform to triple next year to more than 30 million. Th(...)

Environmental changes and technological advances will radically change the way we travel. Image: iStock/Getty Images

To get an idea of how tricky it is to predict the next 50 years of tourism and travel, we only have to look at what’s happened in the past 10 years. (...)

DAA says Commission for Aviation Regulation  proposals to cut Dublin Airport’s passenger charges to €7.50 a head between 2020 and 2024 would force it to slash spending plans by up to €1 billion. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton

Aer Lingus and Ryanair have backed proposals to cut passenger charges at Dublin Airport in spite of warnings from Dublin Airport Authority that this w(...)

Sean O’Driscoll of  iNua Hospitality: ‘I think tourism is one of the sectors in Ireland that is most match-fit in dealing with the Brexit challenge.’ Photograph: Keith Wiseman

Sean O’Driscoll is the chief operating officer of iNua Hospitality, a hotel group that operates four and five-star hotels, including the Muckross Park(...)

Maier holds the World Cup Trophy after West Germany’s 2-1 victory over Holland in the 1974 World Cup Final at the Olympic Stadium in Munich. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

Known to millions of football fans as “The Cat”, Germany’s well-known World Cup goalkeeper of the 1970s, Sepp Maier, has been hired by Tourism Ireland(...)

Tourism Ireland CEO Niall Gibbons, Minister for Tourism Shane Ross and Joan O’Shaughnessy, chairman of Tourism Ireland. Mr Ross said the figures for 2019 to date have been excellent given the uncertainty in the global economy. Photograph:   Keith Arkins

Tourism Ireland is to press ahead with an ambitious promotional campaign in Britain despite warnings that a hard Brexit could cost the industry almost(...)

 President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina Higgins at St Kilian’s Cathedral in Würzburg on the third day of the State visit to  Germany. Photograph: Maxwell’s

President Michael D Higgins has welcomed Ireland’s new consulate general in Frankfurt, and rising German visitors to Ireland, as indicators of a new e(...)

 Bishop’s Square offices: Built in 2002 by developer Bernard McNamara, the building has undergone a significant programme of improvement since coming under Hines’s ownership four years ago.

South Korean real estate investment firm IGIS Asset Management has been selected as the preferred bidder for the Bishop’s Square office scheme in Dubl(...)

Then minister for foreign affairs Charlie Flanagan   greets the  Chinese ambassador to Ireland, Yue Xiaoyong, at a meeting in Dublin in 2016. Mr Flanagan, now Minister for Justice, announced in June that Ireland would soon introduce a five-year multi-entry visa option for Chinese visitors. Photograph: Alan Rowlette

Ireland and China celebrated their 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations last week, and trade figures suggest the bilateral relationship is one tha(...)

Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons said that since 2002 nearly 30 million overseas visitors had visited Northern Ireland.

Tourism Ireland has strongly rejected claims by the DUP’s Ian Paisley that “there is a view” it “really first and foremost has to promote the Republic(...)

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