The Aer Lingus pension saga is, by now, a little like the Goldilocks story – not too hot, not too cold, although quite a way off just right. The airli(...)

Aer Lingus closed its route to San Francisco in 2009, but plans to reopen a direct service in April.

CIARA O’BRIENAer Lingus has confirmed it will expand its north American routes, reopening its San Francisco route and adding a new route to Toronto fr(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary confessed to CNBC this week that he “hates JFK”. He meant the New York airport – not the former US president. (...)

Declan Harkin of Gtech: the Italian-owned company, which employs 70 staff at its Dublin office, already supplies An Post with the network of ticket terminals in shops

Gtech, the world’s largest lottery and gaming business, has confirmed it will bid for the State’s next lottery licence. (...)

Christoph Mueller: anger at agm over his salary.

Aer Lingus shareholders used the airline’s agm yesterday to voice anger at the remuneration of chief executive Christoph Mu(...)

Wicklow postman Tom Gethings  delivering mail. Staffing numbers at An Post were paired back by 349 last year, bringing the reduction to 1,284 since 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke

An Post has recorded an after-tax loss of €39.4 million in 2012, due mainly to its sizeable pension deficit. A group op(...)

Aer Lingus reported operating losses of €45.5 million for the first three months of 2013. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Aer Lingus has announced a voluntary redundancy programme which will aim to reduce staff numbers by 100 by the end of this year. The air(...)

Aer Lingus says it is working on plans to fly short-haul routes for major European airlines keen to exit unprofitable services while retaining (...)

Aer Lingus CEO Christoph Mueller has been appointed the chairman of An Post.

Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller has been appointed the new chairman of An Post. Announcing the decision this afternoon, Min(...)

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