Unpublished correspondence shows that Michael O’Leary is just as amusing in private as he is in public.
Enda Corneille of Emirates Ireland also talks about the time his shoe fell apart after a job interview.
Ryanair asked the EU to use its 'influential voice' to pressure Paschal Donohoe in a tax law dispute
The airline had launched a High Court challenge relating to tax laws for Europe-based workers.
Dublin Chamber has called on officials to embrace the increasingly popular mode of transport.
Some officials think the tech is a ‘non-starter’. But workers are already speaking with their feet.
UPS and WeDispatch are among the firms enlisted to provide the service.
Cutting the number of passenger ships coming into the capital will have major consequences.
The city authority wants to encourage staff to carpool to work by using ‘gamified’ services.
Expenditure by corporate travellers who arrived on these shores also declined in 2018.
It is hoped the new facility will ‘enhance the current micro-distillery’ and attract new clientele.
The stationless bike-share startup says it’s still ‘actively trying to get bikes on the street’.
The transport software outfit aims to dominate the market before internationalising.
The company is looking to attract more ‘turnaround business’ from vessels.
After a pilot last year, officials say there is demand for pay-as-you-go cycling.
There was a ‘substantial’ 20% increase in visitor numbers in 2018, Davy pundits noted.
‘Bleisure’ travel can help improve productivity and staff retention rates.
DAA is looking to mirror the success of a facility marketed to transatlantic customers.
The Clare hub blamed the delays on its high volume of less predictable long-haul traffic.
Pundits say there’s plenty of room for growth as the market picks off small, weak carriers.
The rollout of the light rail service can’t come quick enough for the city’s biggest employers.