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Dublin Airport could have a testing facility within days, the committee heard. Photograph: Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin

Dublin Airport could introduce pre-flight Covid-19 tests “within days” if it gets the Government’s go-ahead, according to the chief executive of the S(...)

Ryanair’s closure of its Cork and Shannon airport bases until April could have been avoided or mitigated if the Government had acted on air travel restrictions, the airline said. Photograph: Niall Carson/ PA Wire

Ryanair and Aer Lingus are cutting further flights from regional airports as Covid-19 travel restrictions decimate bookings, politicians heard on Wedn(...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips: ‘In our view, pre-departure testing is a safer alternative to restrictions.’ Photograph: Peter Houlihan/Fennell Photography

Confusion and chaos continue to stall air travel’s recovery despite an EU agreement meant to cut the need for quarantines or other restrictions, State(...)

ESB claims its smart energy services division has aided more than 300 organisations across Ireland and Britain in cutting their bills. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

State electricity company ESB is offering €75 million to aid businesses that spend more than €200,000 a year on energy in cutting their greenhouse gas(...)

Aviation bodies backed by Ryanair, Aer Lingus and  DAA said the deal was ‘a failure’ as it fell short of recommending that testing replace quarantines while allowing member states to refuse travellers entry. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Airlines branded EU efforts to end conflicting Covid-19 travel restrictions a failure that threatened millions of jobs in the bloc. The Council of Mi(...)

Budget to provide for 41 new inter-city rail carriages and up to 600 carriages earmarked for the extension of Dublin’s Dart light rail service.

Bus and rail services are on track for a Budget 2021 €1 billion spending boost, according to Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrat(...)

The Irish travel industry – from multi-billion euro airlines to tiny tourist operations – is in a crisis of unimaginable scale and with one voice, it has been calling for help and clarity. Photograph: Leon Farrell / RollingNews.ie

Travel to and from Ireland is worth billions of euro each year, which makes the haphazard and agonisingly slow approach the Government has taken to ma(...)

Sanitising self-check in kiosks at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ireland has the most draconian rules in Europe for people flying in and out, but has the weakest rules when it comes to following up with those arrivi(...)

Airlines and airports want the Government to adopt the EU’s proposed traffic light system, which grades countries as green, orange and red, according to their Covid-19 rates. Photograph: iStock

No EU country will feature on this week’s Government Covid-19 travel green list, TDs and senators have been told. Travellers from countries not on th(...)

A Covid-19 test being taken at Düsseldorf airport. Photograph: Sarah Pabst/Bloomberg

Global aviation bodies, backed by leading Irish industry players, have stepped up calls for a common EU testing regime to end Covid-19 travel restrict(...)

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