Emirates positive on prospects for Dublin

Emirates would have set up in Ireland a lot earlier than it did but for certain key factors, but its president says the airline has had a positive experience since its launch here in January. Read the full article from today’s Irish Times. Share this:... Read More

BA doubles frequency between Dublin-London Heathrow

British Airways is to double the number of flights it operates between Dublin and London Heathrow on its service this winter.  The changes will take place when the airline introduces its winter 2012 schedule and launches a new timetable which sees the number of daily services increase from four to eight return flights, enabling it […]... Read More

Cruise liner’s maiden stop in Dublin

The sight of the graceful MSC Lirica towering over Poolbeg lighthouse under the early morning sky yesterday is set to become more familiar. The ship carrying almost 2,000 passengers had its maiden stop in Dublin yesterday as leading cruise company MSC has made the port part of its routes. Read the full article in today’s […]... Read More

Aer Lingus CEO Profile

The Aer Lingus chief executive is optimistic about the airline’s future and offers some tips on what Ireland Inc can do to foster growth in the difficult years ahead. Read the full article from today’s Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

UK authority to continue probe

The UK’s Competition Commission has been told by an appeals tribunal that it’s free to continue a probe into Ryanair’s 29.8pc stake in Aer Lingus. Read the full article in today’s Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

Dublin hotels on the rebound

The number of hotel rooms being booked in Dublin continued to rise during the first half of the year as the market rebounded from its previous lows. Read the full article in today’s Irish Independent. Share this:... Read More

Aer Lingus expects bid ruling soon

Aer Lingus is expecting a preliminary decision from the European Commission on Ryanair’s proposed €1.30-a-share bid for the company in the next four to six weeks. Read the full article from the Irish Times. Share this:... Read More