The clinical trial for the Covid-19 vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Britain’s University of Oxford resumed in the United States on Friday. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP

Brexit fears, Covid concerns and pre-US election jitters unnerved investors on Monday, sending shares sliding at their fastest pace since early Septem(...)

Seán Doyle takes over at BA as it is seeking to cut its workforce by 13,000 to combat the impact of Covid-19.  Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Aer Lingus chief executive Seán Doyle is taking the helm at British Airways in a management shake-up at both carriers’ owner, International Airlines G(...)

Michael O’ Leary surprised the market earlier this month by selling €400 million of shares to further strengthen Ryanair’s balance sheet, already one of the strongest around. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Accustomed as we are to Michael O’Leary slathering on the hyperbole to achieve his own ends, ITV’s Robert Peston had no reason to argue when the Ryana(...)

Irish Times business editor Ciarán Hancock talks to Willie Walsh, IAG CEO and recipeint of the Distinguished Leader in Business award at the 3rd Annual Irish Times Business Awards.

Willie Walsh, the veteran Irish aviation executive who will step down as chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG) next week, is hopeful t(...)

From the outset, the evidence was both Aer Lingus and the DAA made it absolutely clear that they were not going to make any payments into the IASS scheme

The High Court has rejected a challenge on behalf of some 600 retired Aer Lingus and DAA workers over cuts to their pension scheme. Ms Justice Teresa(...)

 Aer Lingus planes grounded at Dublin Airport due to Covid-19. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The first faint stirrings of economic revival are in the air. Denmark is planning to start reopening schools next week and Austria has announced a pha(...)

Willie Walsh, outgoing chief executive of IAG. He was dubbed a miracle worker for pulling Aer Lingus back from the brink after he took charge  weeks after the September 11th, 2011, attacks. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Four years’ ago, as Willie Walsh stared at his 55th birthday, the age at which he once planned to retire, the former pilot gave himself a bit more tim(...)

 Willie Walsh, the then chief executive of Aer Lingus speaking to members of the press in 2001 on the day a restucturing plan was announced with the loss of over 2000 staff jobs. Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

News that Willie Walsh is stepping down as chief executive of Aer Lingus owner IAG won’t have come as a surprise to most people, given that he recentl(...)

IAG said profit was down as a British Airways strike hit results. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group (IAG) could slow short-haul growth next year on signs of economic weakness in Europe, according to chief(...)

Whispr is working on a pilot project at Madrid Airport with Spanish carrier Iberia involving maintenance checks on Airbus A350 aircraft. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Irish-Danish technology developer Whispr is one of a number of companies backed by Aer Lingus owner International Airlines Group (IAG) in its latest s(...)

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