Eamonn Brennan

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The report revealed details of a legal battle between the IAA and its former chief executive Eamonn Brennan (pictured).

The State is to receive a dividend of €19.5 million from the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), bringing the total amount it has paid to the exchequer ov(...)

Minister for  Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross: has yet to formally approve the appointment of Peter Kearney. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Minister for Transport Shane Ross has yet to approve the appointment of Peter Kearney as chief executive of air travel safety regulator, the Iris(...)

Eamonn Brennan, former chief of the Irish Aviation Authority. The IAA oversees traveller safety, regulates Ryanair and handles air traffic control. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government is fond of trumpeting the success of its aviation policy, which it likes to claim is based on the idea that, rather than seeing the ind(...)

The Ravens, a UK-based formation aerobatic display team, flying six RV aircraft. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The opportunity to see nosediving, corkscrewing and barrelling aircraft drew an estimated crowd of 90,000 people to the Co Wicklow coast on Sunday. (...)

Eamonn Brennan, chief executive of the Irish Aviation Authority: He began working for the authority when the Government established it in the 1990s .

Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) chief executive Eamonn Brennan is set take charge at Europe’s air safety and navigation body from next year. Mr Brenna(...)

File photograph of the cockpit of a training aircraft at the Pilot Training College of Ireland, Waterford.

The lives of dozens of young trainee pilots and their families were “devastated” when a pilot training college in Waterford collapsed five years ago (...)

Figures  show that total traffic in Irish airports during the first two months of the year was 4.18 million. Photograph: John Cogill/Bloomberg

New figures show that the number of people travelling through Irish airports grew in the opening months of the year. More than 5.8 million passengers(...)

While concerned about Brexit, Mr Brennan said there will also be “opportunities to Ireland, such as increasing the attractiveness to transit through Ireland to North America rather than the UK”

Ireland’s aviation’s head Eamonn Brennan has warned of the threat Brexit poses to the sector. Mr Brennan, chief executive of the Irish Aviation Autho(...)

 Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer low-cost flights from Europe to the US, including routes from the Cork and Shannon. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

One of the US congressmen lobbied by Irish businesses to allow Norwegian Air International to launch services from Cork and Shannon to Boston says he (...)

Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian Air Shuttle, parent company of Norwegian Air International which  has been attempting to  launch a transatlantic flights service from Ireland since 2014.

The row over Irish-registered Norwegian Air International’s bid for a US foreign carrier’s permit intensified last week when the European Union moved (...)

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