Ireland’s hugely successful tourism industry  plays a central economic role. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

As Ireland seeks to emerge from the crisis brought about by Covid-19, and focus on how we will rebuild our economy, it is clear that the restoration o(...)

Aer Lingus has confirmed  that its UK subsidiary had applied for a US foreign carrier’s permit

Aer Lingus plans shifting aircraft from the Republic to begin flying from Britain to Boston, Florida and New York next year. A new UK subsidiary of t(...)

Policymakers had relied on ‘anecdote’ when it came to the risk of Covid-19 from flights, Donal Moriarty said.   Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Air travel has not been the “ogre” responsible for spreading coronavirus it has been portrayed as by policymakers, the chief executive of Aer Lingus h(...)

Ryanair’s closure of its Cork and Shannon airport bases until April could have been avoided or mitigated if the Government had acted on air travel restrictions, the airline said. Photograph: Niall Carson/ PA Wire

Ryanair and Aer Lingus are cutting further flights from regional airports as Covid-19 travel restrictions decimate bookings, politicians heard on Wedn(...)

Critics of the government decision to sell its shares in Aer Lingus to IAG have recently re-emerged. By appearing to prioritise British Airways, IAG  may have unwittingly given them extra ammunition

Seán Doyle is taking the helm at British Airways after less than two years as chief executive of Aer Lingus in a shake-up announced by Luis Gallego, h(...)

Seán Doyle takes over at BA as it is seeking to cut its workforce by 13,000 to combat the impact of Covid-19.  Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Aer Lingus chief executive Seán Doyle is taking the helm at British Airways in a management shake-up at both carriers’ owner, International Airlines G(...)

Aer Lingus regarded DAA’s expansion plan as critical to developing Dublin Airport as a hub, the airline’s chief executive, Seán Doyle, said.

Aer Lingus would accept higher passenger charges at Dublin Airport for a period if they were needed to complete the hub’s proposed €1.8 billion expans(...)

At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are ‘too large for their needs’, according to Eurostat findings reported in the ‘Sunday Times’

Homes too big for needs At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are “too large for their needs”, according to findings of Euro(...)