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‘Imagine if you went to Greece and all was rosy as your plane took off but while you were lounging on a Cretan beach, a spike in Covid-19 infections was reported there.’ File photograph: Getty

Are we any the wiser on whether we can holiday overseas this summer? Well, to borrow a couple of lines from Dr Seuss, we are all still “in a mos(...)

From the outset, the evidence was both Aer Lingus and the DAA made it absolutely clear that they were not going to make any payments into the IASS scheme

The High Court has rejected a challenge on behalf of some 600 retired Aer Lingus and DAA workers over cuts to their pension scheme. Ms Justice Teresa(...)

Even if the task force’s recommendations are accepted there will still be large parts of the world that will be inaccessible. Photograph: Getty Images

We’re all going on our summer holidays, are we? Well, not just yet. But it is looking a lot more promising that at least some people will be able to j(...)

The Government should axe its controversial Covid-19 quarantine on incoming passengers by next week, a State-appointed task force says.  Photograph: Kate Geraghty

The Government should axe its controversial Covid-19 quarantine on incoming passengers by next week, a State-appointed taskforce says. Covid-19 trave(...)

Passengers arriving in Dublin Airport in early June. Air bridges may enable more Irish people to fly abroad this summer. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Are we any closer to knowing if we will be able to travel overseas this summer? Maybe, but not much and things are still far from clear. “We wouldn’t (...)

Passenger numbers at Dublin and Cork airports are down 98 per cent compared with last year. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Passengers in Cork and Dublin airports will be asked to wear face masks and maintain social distance in queues as both step up Covid-19 safety measure(...)

Overall passenger numbers at Dublin Airport have already declined by 55 per cent and will fall further. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Social distancing requirements will reduce capacity at Dublin Airport by 70 per cent once air travel recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, while tra(...)

The Commission for Aviation Regulation said it intended ‘to work with all stakeholders to review the 2019 determination in light of Covid-19’. File photograph: Colin Keegan

Covid-19’s devastating impact on air travel could prompt regulators to review a ruling that Dublin Airport cut passenger charges from this year. The (...)

DAA’s chief executive told staff that anyone with four years’ continuous service up to July 31st, 2020, could apply for voluntary severance. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Semi-State company DAA will offer workers at Dublin and Cork airports up to two years’ wages in voluntary redundancy payments as it bids to cut jobs. (...)

Combined passenger numbers at Dublin and Cork airports are likely to collapse by more than 40 per cent to 21 million from a total of 35.5 million in 2019. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

State company DAA is seeking to cut a potential 1,000 jobs at Dublin and Cork airports as it grapples with ongoing fallout from the Covid-19 crisis. (...)

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