‘The kind of behaviours that ... might be acceptable on the ground take on a completely different complexion when you’re in the air’. Photograph: iStock

Reports of unruly passengers disrupting airline flights have soared almost 17 percent worldwide in 2015, with incidents such as passengers being verba(...)

Passengers queue at a Delta check-in counter at Narita international airport, east of Tokyo, on Tuesday. Photograph: AP

Delta Air Lines said it was cancelling some 300 flights on Tuesday morning, higher than an earlier estimate of 250, as the carrier worked to restore o(...)

After a week of downloading and trying out various travel and navigation apps, I reached an unfortunate conclusion: most of them are worthless – clun(...)

Norwegian Air wants to launch cheap flights between Europe and North America. Photograph: iStock

Peter DeFazio, the US congressman opposed to Irish-based Norwegian Air International launching cheap transatlantic flights, accepted $140,000 (€126,3(...)

US stocks were lower in late afternoon trade  as results from companies including Intel and Southwest Airlines disappointed

European stocks edged lower on Thursday as a drop in the shares of major airlines offset gains in some banks, propped up by signals of support for the(...)

Southwest Airlines forecast a drop in a key profitability metric for the third quarter and said operations were yet to return to normal a day after it cancelled hundreds of flights due to a major outage.

Southwest Airlines forecast a drop in a key profitability metric for the third quarter and said operations were yet to return to normal a day after it(...)

On Dublin’s Iseq,  Ryanair fell 0.7 per cent to €14.59. Photograph:  Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Stock markets worldwide dived into the red amid a commodity price rout in which the cost of oil touched below $40 a barrel for the first time since Fe(...)

Michael O’Leary, chief executive officer of Ryanair, has seen his wealth soar as the airline’s stock price reaches new highs. (Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)

For Ryanair Holdings chief executive officer Michael O’Leary, being nice has its rewards. The Irish billionaire who in the past has derided passenger(...)

Michael  O’Leary says he will be more vocal in supporting Britain staying in Europe, despite having been critical of European regulation.(Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg)

Within minutes of entering Michael O’Leary’s office near Dublin airport, I quickly find myself at the receiving end of the jokey banter of Ryanair’s (...)

Michael O’Leary hopes shareholders will be able to  pay capital gains rather than income tax on the distibution Photograph: EPA

Ryanair has shelved plans to launch a low-cost transatlantic carrier as it cannot get the aircraft it needs to operate such a service. Chief executive(...)

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