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# Aviation

This month
June 2024
Michael O'Leary claims return flights to Dublin could cost €1,000 at Christmas because of passenger cap
Last month
May 2024
'If it's dull, dirty, or dangerous then a drone should do it'
The council plans to use drones for emergency operations, environmental protection and site surveillance.
This year
Boeing CEO to step down following series of safety incidents with aircrafts
Transport Minister to meet Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary for the first time ever this week
'I'm not rejecting science, I'm supporting the economy': DAA boss defends plan to increase flights
European court again sides with Ryanair over Covid-19 state aid programme for Air France-KLM
Breaching Dublin Airport passenger cap 'unsustainable' during climate crisis, Dáil hears
Amsterdam to Dublin to... Stansted? Storm Isha leads to planes being rerouted and delayed
Michael O'Leary says Ryanair customers have shown no concern about flying on Boeing jets
United Airlines says inspections found loose bolts on its 737 MAX planes
Alaska Airlines grounds all Boeing 737-9 aircrafts after window blew out on plane mid-flight
Last year
Airport seeks €12m from Govt in bid to resume commercial flights for first time since 2016
From a share price dive to €2bn in profits: how Ryanair found itself flying high again
No domestic flight ban on the cards for Ireland as Taoiseach says we're not the same as France
'I don't think Cork-Dublin flights will return' - Ryanair boss
Coveney backs potential for €2.1bn Irish green hydrogen e-fuel sector
South African pilot makes emergency landing after finding cobra under seat
Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport to ban private jets and late flights in order to cut emissions
Private jets in firing line as report shows over 6,000 flights left Irish airports last year
All time
Ryanair CEO raises concerns over potential staff shortages at Dublin Airport this Christmas
Ryanair returns to profit and doesn't expect to be impacted by cost-of-living crisis
Qatar Airways announces over $4 billion loss in revenues over last year
Ryanair to withdraw operations to and from Northern Ireland this winter
Ireland will face its own challenges as part of the EU's mammoth 'carbon neutral by 2050' plan
Travel abroad jumped by 23% last month as 85,000 travel from Ireland overseas
'It will wither on the vine': Concern over future of Waterford Airport as government pulls emergency funding
Aer Lingus losing €1 million a day because of Covid-19 and travel restrictions, says airline's chief executive
British Airways plane damaged after tipping on to nose at Heathrow
Staff to be laid off as Aer Lingus permanently closes Shannon cabin crew base
Ryanair loses court cases as it rails against pandemic State bailouts of national airlines
Leo Varadkar: 'Aer Lingus will not be allowed to fail'
Irish airports to receive €80 million support package to help them survive pandemic
New travel traffic light system kicks in on Sunday - here's what you need to know
Ryanair says its winter presence in Cork depends on UK being on Europe-wide green list
CityJet will have tens of millions of euro in debt written off under court-approved plan to save the airline
Travel operator TUI to close a third of high street stores in the UK and Ireland
Aviation industry 'will not survive' the impact of Covid-19 pandemic, warns final Taskforce report
Aircraft maker Airbus warns of 'gravest crisis' as it says it will cut 15,000 jobs
CityJet and Stobart Air asked government for six-month bailout to ensure their survival after Covid-19
Up to 500 Aer Lingus job losses expected due to pandemic