Airline Stobart Air will operate some services from London City Airport services on behalf of British Airways in a deal similar to one involving Aer (...)

Aer Lingus Regional routes from Dublin to Edinburgh, Dublin to Glasgow, Dublin to Newquay and Cork to Manchester will gain an additional 70,000 seats. Photograph: Maxwell’s

Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, is to increase capacity by 30 per cent on its winter schedule. The airline said on Tuesday that it woul(...)

The runway at Donegal Airport. Photograph: Owen Clarke

Donegal Airport is the world’s most stunning according to clients of a leading private jet charter company. Private Fly, a global executive jet chart(...)

Stobart Air is announcing plans to spend €13.8 million on expanding its fleet on foot of winning public-service contracts in January.

Contract airline Stobart Air is spending almost €14 million on boosting its fleet after winning State-funded deals to fly services between Dublin and (...)

Stobart Air’s Graeme Buchanan (L), pictured with Warwick Brady, chief executive of the Stobart Group. Photograph: Maxwells Dublin

Aer Lingus Regional is on track to fly over 86,000 passengers on its Donegal to Dublin and Kerry to Dublin routes this year, it said on Tuesday. In (...)

Stobart flies the Southend routes for British airline Flybe and began expanding the network last May, when it introduced new craft on the services

The number of passengers flying with Stobart Air from London Southend Airport trebled to 35,000 between April and August, the Irish carrier says. Sto(...)

Graeme Buchanan, managing director of Stobart Air,  with Warwick Brady, deputy chief executive. The airline is to operate a new route on the Flybe brand from Dublin to London Southend. Photograph: Maxwells Dublin

Irish airline Stobart Air said on Tuesday that it will operate a new Dublin to London Southend route under the Flybe brand. The service to Southend a(...)

Graeme Buchanan, managing director of Stobart Air, with Warwick Brady, deputy chief executive of the Stobart Group

Stobart Air, which operates the Aer Lingus Regional brand as well as certain services for UK airline Flybe, says it is investing €25 million in an ex(...)

Aer Lingus: the airline  cut the number of seats available on all its services by 6.6 per cent in April, which a spokesman said was one of the traditionally slower months for travel and was designed to preserve profitability. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Aer Lingus will boost capacity on its services from this month after suffering a 41,000 fall in passenger numbers in April. The airline has released (...)