Even if you were to confine the exercise to a timeframe book-ended by Charlie McCreevy’s decentralisation proposals from 2003, the number of reports warning about unbalanced regional development would, if laid back-to-back, stretch almost the length of the main runway at Dublin Airport.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2019
The DAA has slammed proposed cuts to airport charges at Dublin as being "exactly what the Irish economy does not need" and has warned the move could scupper the airport's development and damage Ireland's global connectivity.
Thu, 09 May, 2019
IRISH airspace is one of the safest in the world and those who patrol our skies are among the most skillful anywhere. That makes the latest glitch in our air traffic management extremely puzzling and of concern to those who choose to fly for business or leisure purposes.
Thu, 04 Oct, 2018
Ryanair has announced that the company has fully responded to requirements imposed by the Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation and the UK Civil Aviation Authority to clarify customer entitlements in the wake of "deeply regretted" cancellations.
Fri, 29 Sep, 2017
The high scale of the closure of Lowcostholidays last year would “dissipate” a compensation fund in place in Ireland in the event of another travel company collapse, the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA) said yesterday.
Fri, 17 Mar, 2017
FOR an unspecified number of the estimated 15,000 Irish people who booked their holiday in the sun through the collapsed Lowcostholidays group, the chances of getting their money back could depend on them making a claim. For some, however, it could prove to be an unmitigated disaster.
Tue, 19 Jul, 2016