Peter Bellew:  he originally joined Ryanair from Kerry Airport in 2001, where he was marketing manager. Photograph: Garrett White

Ryanair rival EasyJet on Thursday said it was hiring the Irish carrier’s outgoing executive Peter Bellew as its chief operating officer. Mr Bellew c(...)

Ryanair chief operations officer Peter Bellew had “done great work over the past 18 months”, chief executive Michael O’Leary told the airline’s staff in a memo. Photograph: Garrett White

Ryanair chief operations officer Peter Bellew is leaving the airline at the end of this year after helping to steer it through a turbulent period of i(...)

Chief Operating Officer Peter Bellew, who is leaving the company in coming months, told pilots in a letter this week that delays in the delivery of the Max could result in the carrier closing and/or cutting back bases

Delays in the delivery of new aircraft and tough trading conditions for European airlines have left Ryanair with too many pilots, its chief operating (...)

Stephen Kavanagh, who is to step down as  Aer Lingus  chief executive at the end of the month. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

If Stephen Kavanagh was anymore down to earth he’d be subterranean. The Dubliner is as unassuming as they come, particularly among the officer ranks (...)

Christoph Mueller, previously chief executive Malaysia Airlines, is to join Emirates airlines later this month. The German, who also ran Aer Lingus a(...)

 The relatives of the late Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 first officer Ahmad Hakimi Hanapi at the Kuala Lumpur airport   after attending a private MH17 remembrance ceremony in Sepang outside Kuala Lumpur. Photograph:  Fazry Ismail/EPA

Two years after Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, with the loss of 298 passengers and crew, the airline has settled d(...)

Malaysia Airlines was previously headed by former Aer Lingus chief Christoph Mueller. Photograph: iStock

Malaysia Airlines has promoted its Irish chief operating officer Peter Bellew to head the state-owned carrier after its former chief executive, C(...)

Christoph Mueller intends to remain with  Malaysia Airlines as a non-executive director and will serve a six-month notice period until September to facilitate an orderly transition, the airline said.

Christoph Mueller, the chief executive of Malaysia Airlines, told his staff he was leaving the national carrier for reasons that are personal and “bey(...)

Christoph Mueller said he was confident that Malaysia Airlines was on track to return to profitability

Former Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller has resigned from his post as head of Malaysia Airlines and will leave the airline in September. (...)

Bleak outlook: Volkswagen’s US fines could be 15 times the $1.2 billion Toyota was obliged to pay up last year. Photograph: REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer/Files

“We have totally screwed up,” said Michael Horn, head of Volkswagen’s US division. But Volkswagen’s screw-up isn’t just any screw-up. It cheated at so(...)

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