Aer Lingus pilots and cabin crew on strike over their rosters photographed marching at Dublin Airport today. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A union representing cabin crewwho are striking today at Aer Lingus has warned of potential further stoppages if talks next week aimed at resolving t(...)

Aer Lingus has cancelled most of its flights scheduled for today.

Talks between Aer Lingus and representatives of cabin crew aimed at averting further strike actions in a dispute over rosters are expected to be hel(...)

Aer Lingus has claimed that revised rosters being sought by cabin crew at the airline would see them receive an additional 32 paid days off.

MARTIN WALL, Industry CorrespondentAer Lingus has claimed that revised rosters being sought by cabin crew at the airline would see them receive an add(...)

Christoph Mueller: may deserve his increased pay packet but the argument that his actions saved Aer Lingus and tripled the share price needs more consideration. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Pay increases for top chief executives, especially in a time of austerity, are invariably controversial, as Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Muell(...)

Christoph Mueller, chief executive of Aer Lingus, was paid €1.52 million by Aer Lingus in 2013, including a basic salary of €475,000, which has been frozen at this level since 2009. Photograph: Getty

Ryanair has voted yes to the “say on pay” resolution put to today’s Aer Lingus AGM, and the outcome of the poll is due to be announced later today by (...)

Losses at Aer Lingus rose in the first quarter of the year, with the airline blaming threatened strike action and the later Easter period for its poorer results.   Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Threatened strike action at Aer Lingus is being partly blamed for widening losses at the airline, as the carrier saw its revenue fall in the first qua(...)

Post office on Lower Baggot Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

There’s an old saying in the corporate world that you should never let a good crisis go to waste. In other words, you can use a crisis to restr(...)

In the wake of the financial crash tens of thousands of savers flocked to the State schemes because of uncertainty over bank deposits.

State saving schemes, managed by the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), are continuing to attract large inflows of cash, reflecting th(...)

The Dublin-San Francisco direct route – the first in five years – is expected to create new economic development opportunities for both Ireland and San Francisco

“I already feel way better,” says Adaptics co-founder Jack Phelan. “You don’t have that apprehension that when you arrive, after nearly a day t(...)

Norwegian Air Shuttle has chosen Dublin as the headquarters for its long-haul business

Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to increase employment at its Irish office, which will play a significant role in(...)

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