Ryanair pilots have called on the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to investigate serious concerns they have about the airline’s safety culture. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Ryanair pilots have called on the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to investigate serious concerns they have about the airline’s safety culture.A Channe(...)

The unofficial Ryanair Pilot Group says it has polled more than 1,000 pilots and first officers at Ryanair, over a third of the airline’s total, and found 94 per cent wanted regulators to conduct an inquiry into the impact of employment practices on safety. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Pilots at Europe’s biggest low-cost airline, Ryanair, feel inhibited from reporting safety concerns and want regulators to establish the impact on saf(...)

Scandinavian airline Norwegian Air Shuttle is seeking the go-ahead from regulators to establish its long-haul subsidiary in the Republic.The airline, (...)

Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/Irish Times

The Government this week has been knocking on the door of various State-owned companies looking for cash. It’s all part of a plan agreed in the budget(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin said Bill “contains a number of important innovations to update, modernise and enhance Ireland’s FoI legislation”.

The act of deliberately destroying a record is to become an offence under a new Freedom of Information Bill (2012) published yesterday.The Bill was pu(...)

 Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces Lieut-Gen Seán McCann at the launch of the  fuchsia appeal to raise funds for former members of the Defence Forces who have fallen on hard times, accompanied by John Gus Hennessy (right) president of  the Organisation of ex-Servicemen and Women. Photograph:  Alan Betson

The age profile of former Defence Force members in need of accommodation after falling on hard times has become younger since the recession began, it (...)

The G8 summit held in Co Fermanagh last week put the subject of drones on the agenda when Enniskillen was caught up in a £50 million security operatio(...)

A prominent office and retail investment at the junction of Westmoreland Street and Fleet Street in Dublin 2 is to be offered for sale at €4.2 million(...)

A World War II Spitfire and a B-17 Flying Fortress will take to the skies above Dublin city as part of an international flypast. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A second World War Spitfire and a B-17 Flying Fortress will take to the skies above Dublin city as part of an international flypast. Mor(...)

The Republic’s aviation regulator paid a €5 million dividend to the Government after generating a record profit from its activities in 2012. (...)

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