The number of people passing through the Republic’s airports fell more than 80 per cent in 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The swift reaction by governments in Europe and further afield to the emergence of a new Covid-19 strain in Britain highlighted once again the uncerta(...)

Passengers flying to and from the UK face an uncertain time after new Covid travel restrictions were imposed by the British government. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair and Aer Lingus will refund passengers whose flights are banned under restrictions imposed to contain a new Covid strain that has emerged in Br(...)

A new UK subsidiary of Aer Lingus this week applied to the US department of transportation for a foreign carrier’s permit allowing it to fly there from Britain. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The irony should not be lost on anyone: Aer Lingus, an Irish airline, applying for a US permit, under a treaty agreed between that country and the UK (...)

Aer Lingus has confirmed  that its UK subsidiary had applied for a US foreign carrier’s permit

Aer Lingus plans shifting aircraft from the Republic to begin flying from Britain to Boston, Florida and New York next year. A new UK subsidiary of t(...)

Shares in petrol station chain Applegreen surged 44.3% to €5.60. File photograph: The Irish Times

Brexit jitters prompted investors to sell shares on Thursday, hitting Irish-focused equities and travel stocks. DUBLIN Petrol station chain Applegre(...)

Irish man Willie Walsh, who is set to take over as head of the International Air Transport Association. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Willie Walsh has been appointed the next head of the International Air Transport Association, a position that will involve the former British Airways(...)

Associated British Foods, the owner of the Irish-headquartered discount fashion chain Penneys/Primark, was up by almost 17 per cent in early afternoon trading.

Hospitality stocks, such as airlines and hotel operators, as well as retailers surged on the news that a potential vaccine for coronavirus may be up t(...)

A lone passenger and a DAA staff member  at Dublin Airport. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan did not actually cancel Christmas this week, but it would be no surprise if airlines Aer Lingus and Ryanair thou(...)

 Dublin Aerospace chief executive Conor McCarthy at the company’s  maintenance facility in Dublin Airport. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Just days after announcing that it was hiring 29 apprentices, aircraft maintenance specialist Dublin Aerospace confirmed that it was opening its first(...)

Airlines that fail to be at least 50 per cent owned by EU nationals risk losing their operating licences and relinquishing extensive flight privileges enjoyed in the single market. Photograph: iStock

Aer Lingus’s parent says flights will continue after Brexit despite ongoing questions about the impact of EU airline ownership rules on the Irish carr(...)

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