Cork airport celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2022. Photograph: Karol Kachmarsky

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has paid tribute to the management of Cork Airport and the Dublin Airport Authority for ensuring that the €10 million refurbi(...)

Dublin’s new north runway is due to open in August next year. Photograph: iStock

Dublin Airport could take up to five years to recover pre-Covid levels of traffic, Basil Geoghegan, chairman of the State company DAA, told politician(...)

The Commission for Aviation Regulation ruled in 2019 that DAA should cut passenger levies on airlines by 18 per cent to €7.87 a head over the five years to 2024. Photograph: Colin Keegan

Dublin Airport cannot face a third year of enforced below-cost passenger charges, Basil Geoghegan, chairman of its parent company, will warn politicia(...)

 Anglo-Irish bank Headquarters on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Seamus Murphy was something of a maverick in Dublin’s small stockbroking community in late 2006 when he suddenly turned negative on Irish banks. That(...)

Dublin Airport Authority was last year it was granted a five-year extension to planning permission to allow it to build the north runway by 2022.

Legislation allowing noise restrictions planned for the new runway at Dublin Airport to be scrapped will be introduced to the Dáil in November, an Oir(...)

Incoming chairman of DAA Basil Geoghegan

Dublin Airport could lose up to three million passengers if the planning conditions attached to its new third runway plan are not reversed, the incomi(...)

Banker and lawyer Basil Geoghegan is set to become chairman of State airports’ company, DAA. Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross on(...)

Basil Geoghegan: adviser on options available to save Irish Nationwide at time of bank bailout.

Seasoned Irish investment banker Basil Geoghegan delivered a straight-talking speech yesterday morning at a seminar on the Irish recovery hosted by pe(...)

Basil Geoghegan: State aid might have gone in the door of the Irish banks but it immediately went out

The Government’s decision to introduce a blanket bank guarantee in September 2008 was “unwise” and “unwarranted”, a key adviser on banking strategy at(...)