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# Travel

Last month
June 2024
Hundreds of Aer Lingus pilots marched around Dublin Airport earlier as part of 8-hour strike
Labour Court to review Aer Lingus pay dispute in July as industrial action to begin tomorrow
It comes after the airline cancelled a further 50 flights today due to the ongoing pay row.
All-out strike action is also planned for a period on Saturday.
Taoiseach Simon Harris has 'challenged' both parties to engage rather than 'put people through chaos'.
Aer Lingus cancellations: what to expect if you've booked to fly during industrial action
Aer Lingus pilots will begin work-to-rule next week - here's how it might affect holidaymakers
Members of the Irish Airline Pilots’ Association confirmed that the planned industrial action will take effect from 26 June and last indefinitely.
GPs advise parents that infants 6-11 months should receive extra MMR vaccine if travelling abroad
This year
Dublin Airport car parks sold out for Bank Holiday weekend
Graduate: 'The reality of the J-1 visa leaves Irish graduates vulnerable to exploitation'
Sarah Moran
Poll: Are you travelling this bank holiday weekend?
Storm Isha aftermath and wind warnings for Storm Jocelyn tomorrow
The storm had a significant impact on travel around the country since last evening.
Poll: How many holidays are you planning for 2024?
Waterford included in New York Times list of '52 Places to Go' this year
Peter Flanagan is on holidays: 'Hiking in Wales is like swimming in the Irish Sea'
Peter Flanagan
Last year
Irish citizens in Lebanon urged to leave immediately while commercial flights are available
Shannon airport records highest number of passengers in over a decade
Holidaymakers advised to be cautious with travel adapters following recalls
All time
UK strikes in air travel and Royal Mail could impact Irish Christmas plans
'I can't do it in the Masai Mara! But when I get back to Nairobi I can do my running'
UK wants EU visitors to give 'face and fingerprint biometrics' - but Irish will be exempt
Ireland's 'car-dependent' transport system needs to change, says OECD
Luggage issues continue at Dublin Airport as passengers report delays and lost bags
DAA issues new passenger advice, reducing time to arrive at Dublin Airport before a flight
Tourism Ireland was worried article about visit cost for holidaymakers would get 'amplified'
Dublin Airport says its plan to handle the summer surge is working
Venice unveils mandatory day-trippers’ reservation and fee
Nearly fivefold increase in the number of complaints to the Passport Office this year
Poll reveals one in 10 Dublin Airport passengers to change travel plans due to queue chaos
Ryanair announce seven new routes as part of winter schedule
Criticism for Ryanair as airline requires South Africans to take pre-flight test in Afrikaans
Dublin Airport sees busy morning 'with none of the delays of last week'
Poll: Do you consider climate impact when booking holidays?
The Explainer: What’s causing the chaos at Dublin Airport?
Dublin Airport 'holding areas' outside terminal building to be used for early passengers if needed
Irish adventurer and travel writer Dervla Murphy dies aged 90
Trains, planes and automobiles: Irish ministerial transport emitted 400 tonnes of carbon last year
Students blast travel company USIT over lengthy delays to J1 applications
European Parliament votes to extend Digital Covid Certs for 12 months
Qantas to launch direct Sydney to London route - the longest non-stop passenger flight
DAA urges passengers not to arrive too early for flights over Easter weekend
New Zealand to ‘welcome the world back’ as tourism restarts
Covid-19 restrictions for people travelling to Ireland to end tomorrow