Chief executive of Shannon Group Mary Considine  and Ryanair DAC chief executive Eddie Wilson. Photograph: Arthur Ellis

European airlines are stepping up pressure on airports to slash landing charges, leading to warnings of a race to the bottom in an industry decimated (...)

The guidelines said measures in place in aviation lower the risk of transmission of Covid-19 during air travel. Photograph: iStock

Air passengers should not automatically be considered high-risk for spreading Covid-19 and should be treated like members of the local population who (...)

“Ryanair will operate a daily flight schedule of almost 1,000 flights, restoring 90%  of its pre-Covid-19 route network”

Ryanair plans to restore 40 per cent of flight schedules from July 1st, including 139 routes from the Republic, the airline said on Tuesday. The Iris(...)

The study commissioned by Airlines for Europe (A4E), whose members include Ryanair and Aer Lingus, claims that airports average earnings margins are 46 per cent, indicating “extraordinary levels” of profitability.

Europe’s airports are overcharging passengers and abusing market power, a new study commissioned by the continent’s biggest airlines claims. The stu(...)

An airport  trade association, said a laptop cabin ban could affect 3,684 flights weekly to the US from 59 European airports.

The US is considering expanding the ban on laptops in airline cabins on flights not only from Europe but from other regions despite objections. US an(...)

Kerry Airport: the EU’s regional airports, with fewer than a million passengers a year, depend most on the UK, which provides more than 15 per cent of their business.

The European Union’s smaller airports stand to suffer most from Brexit, a conference in Cork heard on Tuesday. Olivier Jankovec, director general of (...)

The Trump administration is likely to extend the laptop ban. Photograph: Anwar Amro/AFP/Getty Images

The European Union has demanded urgent talks with the United States over a possible extension to some European countries of a US ban on airline passen(...)

Dublin was Europe’s fastest growing category one airport – those handling 25 million-plus passengers – in the three months ended September 30th

Dublin’s and Shannon’s status as the only EU airports with US pre-clearance is under threat as Washington is considering opening similar facilities i(...)

Dublin Airport handled 2.92 million passengers in July, 9.3 per cent more than during the same month last year. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Just over 16 million travellers passed through Dublin Airport in the first seven months of the year, according to independent figures confirming its p(...)

Flights to and from Dublin Airport grew 7.6 per cent to 20,154 in July from 18,732 during the same month last year.

Dublin was confirmed as Europe’s fastest-growing major airport on Tuesday as figures showed strong overall increases in Irish air traffic this year. (...)

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