Work in progress at the national children’s hospital site at St James’s earlier in 2019. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Profits at BAM Ireland, builder of the seriously over-budget national children’s hospital, fell 12 per cent last year to €13.7 million, the latest fig(...)

IAA chief executive Peter Kearney and scholarship recipient Emily Lawton. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Two aviation students at Dublin City University (DCU)have each been awarded a €5,000 scholarship by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to cover their (...)

Captain Pádraig Higgins: a jury decided he should receive €387,000 over defamaiton by the Irish Aviation Authority. Photograph:  Collins Courts

A High Court jury has awarded €387,000 to Aer Lingus pilot Pádraig Higgins against the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over defamatory emails it sent i(...)

Captain Padraig Higgins  at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Irish Aviation Authority’s company secretary has told the High Court she did her best to ensure a data request from an airline pilot suing the IAA(...)

The case arose after Padraig Higgins  was involved in an incident in April 2013 when his single-engine microlight aircraft had to make an emergency landing. Photograph: iStock

An Aer Lingus pilot taking legal action over defamatory emails about him sent by the Irish Aviation Authority told the High Court there was “a large b(...)

   In the apology read in court the IAA   accepted it published statements that  were unsubstantiated and caused Captain Padraig Higgins (above) upset and reputational damage. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has apologised to an Aer Lingus Airbus pilot for false and defamatory statements in emails which it circulated inte(...)

The Air France flight had been on route from Paris to Chicago when it landed at Shannon. Photograph: iStock

A transatlantic jet was forced to divert to Shannon Airport on Sunday after a “suspicious” phone was found on board. Air France flight AF-136 was tra(...)

A notice on RIP.ie states John Finnan, who died in a light aircraft crash, was a “beloved son, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend”.  File photograph:  RIP.ie

A Co Kildare man who died in an air crash in Co Wexford over the weekend will be “sadly missed”, his family has said. John Finnan (58), from Athy, an(...)

A garda handles a piece of debris near the scene of the aircraft crash in Duncormick, Co Wexford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A former manager of Waterford Airport was one of the men who died in Sunday evening’s aircraft accident in Co Wexford. Peter Tawse (61) from New Ros(...)

Ryanair has signed a joint declaration with others pledging to work to prevent and minimise disruptive incidents.

A ban on serving alcohol on flights could be considered as a means to reduce the number of incidents of disruptive passenger behaviour, an Irish Aviat(...)

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