Kevin Toland

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Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport – further improvements would have to be paid for from airline fees. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin Airport could seek more cash from airlines to help pay for further improvements to its facilities, according to its chief executive, Kevin Tola(...)

 New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)  on Friday, May 19th, 2017.  Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Irish shares rose on Friday, with 99.8 per cent State-owned AIB soaring to levels not seen since July last year as investors ignored normal market val(...)

Kevin Toland previously led Glanbia’s US and global nutritionals unit.

Shares in Aryzta rallied on Friday as analysts cheered the appointment of Kevin Toland, chief executive of airport operator DAA, as its next chief exe(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street rebounded after the Philadelphia Federal Reserve said its business activity index unexpectedly rose in May after declining for two months. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European stocks posted their biggest back-to-back drop since January as investors continued to retreat amid the turmoil surrounding US president Donal(...)

Kevin Toland is currently chief executive at DAA

Food group Aryzta has appointed Kevin Toland as its new chief executive. Mr Toland is currently chief executive at airports operator, DAA. He was prev(...)

The DAA pointed out that if planning conditions are enforced, the airport will have to turn away significant numbers of flights and passengers during one of its busiest periods. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Dublin Airport must wait at least a year for a ruling on a key part of the planning permission for its new runway. The airport’s owner, State compan(...)

Computer-generated image of what Metro North arriving at Swords station might look like

The National Transport Authority has poured cold water over the possible fast-tracking of the Metro North project, with a leading official saying con(...)

About 32 million passengers used the Republic’s airports last year; almost 28 million came and went through Dublin Airport. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

It looks like a third terminal at Dublin Airport is a lot further down the road than some recent speculation would have you believe. Since November la(...)

The National Civil Aviation Development Forum is made up  of the chief executives of all the major airlines, airports, State agencies, and aviation leasing companies

The future of a Government forum involving the biggest players in Irish aviation has been cast into doubt over dissatisfaction at the level of engagem(...)

 The avaiation industry is “a proper paddy party” and  Tallaght’s Alan Joyce is on course for a decade at the helm at Qantas. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Ideally, green neckties would be banned. They rarely look good; slime-coloured fashion crimes slithering down the front of their wearers’ shirts. St P(...)

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