Finance chief Neil Sorahan said a partnership will likely happen ‘at some stage’.
James Hogan told an aviation conference in Dublin that the industry faces ‘significant challenges’ in 2017.
Stephen Kavanagh said without faster connections, carriers might migrate to the Icelandic capital.
Cyrus Mistry was the CEO of Tata Group, a gigantic conglomerate which owns more than 100 businesses.
CityPost has launched a new system that it claims will save companies significant sums on mail.
Some passengers complained that they no longer have access to perks like fast-track security.
Traffic at Ireland’s main air hub hit nearly 28 million people in 2016.
As things stand, gardaí can only treat the operators like they would any other cyclists.
The semi-state is facing insolvency within two years after a period of heavy losses.
Top VW officials may have known about the cheating software at least a month before it was reported.
A new report has suggested ways of tackling high motor insurance costs.
The group behind the legal campaign is worried about the impact on birds, whales and otters.
And the industry is expecting to record similar results in 2017.
Dublin and Shannon are set to lose their status as the only European airports offering the service.
The Irish company has designed its own vehicles to take the concept international.
We look at the many delays to the project, which was talked about as far back as 2001.
Here’s what some of Ireland’s best-known companies looked like back in the day.
Some €2.7m in state funding will be shared between four regional airports.
The two airlines had paid lower rates of travel tax on short routes between 2009 and 2011.
As more post offices are threatened with closure, the semi-state’s deliveries division is branching out.