Mark Degnan

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Stobart Air ceased trading two weeks ago when its British owner, Esken, ended financial support. Photograph: iStock

Stobart Air workers face delays in getting wages promised when the airline folded, while staff who transferred to its Belfast base last year fear for(...)

Aer Lingus said that it would fly six routes previously operated by its partner until at least August 31st. Photograph: PA Wire

Aer Lingus and BA CityFlyer will take over a total of 10 routes hit when Stobart Air folded at the weekend, the Irish carrier confirmed on Thursday. (...)

Former Stobart Air pilots in the front row of members of the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association during a protest at the Department of Health. Photograph: Alan Betson

Stobart Air workers fear for their long-term employment prospects following the loss of their jobs at the weekend. Pilots, crew and other staff heard(...)

Aer Lingus regional route operator Stobart Air: traded profitably until Covid-19  struck, severely limiting air travel.

Aer Lingus is likely to receive a penalty payment following the failure of its regional partner, Stobart Air, at the weekend. Stobart Air, which oper(...)

Aer Lingus has confirmed it is ready to fly the Dublin-Kerry route, subject to securing an appropriate public service obligation deal with the Government. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Several airlines including Aer Lingus could bid for public service routes linking Dublin with Donegal and Kerry that were halted when Stobart Air fold(...)

Stobart operated the Aer Lingus regional franchise and saw travel restrictions wipe out 94 per cent of its business.

On the same day that the High Court appointed Deloitte partners Ken Fennell and Mark Degnan as liquidators to Stobart Air, EU leaders signed laws givi(...)

The High Court has appointed Deloitte partners Ken Fennell and Mark Degnan as provisional liquidators to Stobart Air, which ceased trading at the weekend. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Aer Lingus will fly five routes from Dublin and Belfast to Britain until “at least” mid-July following the failure of its regional carrier, Stobart Ai(...)