Wed, 10 Jun, 2020
Thu, 04 Jun, 2020
The airline industry worldwide needs the grounded Boeing 737 Max airline to start flying again but shares in Ryanair which planned to be a large customer of the plane are unlikely to be damaged any time soon, a leading analyst has said.
Tue, 17 Dec, 2019
Here in Syros, a small island in the Cyclades in Greece, I was ambling homeward at night after a memorable meal of kalamari (squid) stuffed with feta cheese, when I rounded a corner and was stopped as dead in my tracks as if I’d walked into a wall, the wall being the overpowering scent of afrangipani tree growing more than 50m away in the courtyard of our guesthouse.
Sun, 27 Oct, 2019
Australia has given clearance for Singapore Airlines’s SilkAir to store its six Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the country, as the global grounding of the jet continues following two deadly crashes within the past 12 months.
Sat, 28 Sep, 2019
The Vietnam free trade deal signed two days after the EU Mercosur agreement, to much less fanfare, has substantial opportunities for Ireland's exporters and - in particular - the farming sector, who look set to lose some market under the former deal.
Sun, 30 Jun, 2019
High fertility rates in the world’s fourth biggest country continue to pose a threat to the health of the nation and its prosperity, writes Jenna Dodson High fertility rates in the world’s fourth biggest country continue to pose a threat to the health of the nation and its prosperity, writes.
Mon, 13 May, 2019
Norwegian said in response to the suspension of Boeing 737 Max planes by European aviation authorities, which are used on its Cork and Shannon routes to the US, it would transport passengers by bus to Dublin, where they will fly on different Boeing aircraft.
Mon, 25 Mar, 2019