The low-cost airline has made ‘very little progress’ with trade unionists in Dublin.
IAG, which owns Aer Lingus, bought a small stake in the airline and mooted a full buyout.
The new Dublin-Hong Kong route has attracted interest from Chinese, Japanese and Filipino globetrotters.
Second-hand cars from the UK are hurting domestic sales, according to a new report.
Analysts says the company will still reap the benefits of a delayed addition to its fleet.
More than 34 million flyers passed through the country’s main airports in 2017.
DAA is looking for bidders to manage five shops at the hub.
The council has blocked a proposal to add two new storeys to the North Star Hotel.
There are concerns the lettings platform is contributing to the housing shortage.
The Meath attraction is aiming to bring in a million visitors per year.
Potential regulation of the home-sharing sector is expected in the coming weeks.
The budget carrier is facing tough competition from powerful forces.
The group is testing the ground after purchasing a minority stake in the carrier.
Parts of the region will be marketed overseas as ‘Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands’.
That’s according to research by the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation.
Revenues were up at the Dublin-based company after an ad campaign featuring the actor.
Koninklijke Capi-Lux Holding is suing DAA over the award of a lucrative retail contract.
There are plans to grow the value of corporate travel to Ireland to €1.2 billion by 2028.
The former security guard was awarded €6,000 in an unfair dismissal claim.
The low-cost carrier decided to scale back flights to Boston following a ‘comprehensive review’.