The Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland caused major disruption in 2010

New ash cloud could be 'imminent'

20 Nov An ash cloud crisis even worse than the Icelandic eruption, which grounded thousands of flights four years ago, could be imminent, scientists have claimed.

Following four years of discussions, Aer Lingus staff have voted to accept pension proposals

Aer Lingus convenes EGM over pension scheme

18 Nov Aer Lingus has convened an Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders to seek approval for a €190.7m contribution to address the funding deficit in the company's pension scheme.

Journalists examining the wreckage last month

Removal of MH17 wreckage under way

16 Nov Local emergency services in eastern Ukraine have begun collecting parts of the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 from its crash site in the middle of the conflict zone, Dutch air accident investigators said this morning.

Russia has long said it believes MH17 was destroyed by a Ukrainian military jet

Russian TV says photos show MH17 shot down by jet

15 Nov Russian state-controlled TV has broadcast what it called "sensational" photographs, which it said supported Russia's theory that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet.

The plan is that 10% of the bus routes will be run by private operators by September 2016

Transport authority to defer bus tender process

14 Nov The National Transport Authority has agreed to defer the tender process for 10% of Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus routes to allow for further talks on the controversial privatisation proposals.

Honda widened recall by another 170,000 globally

Honda widens recall after airbag death

13 Nov Honda Motor Co said a driver in Malaysia died in July after being hit by shrapnel from an air bag supplied by Takata Corp -the fifth such fatality and the first outside the United States.

The SAS incident was classified as 'high risk'

Jet nearly hit covert Russian plane near Sweden

10 Nov A Scandinavian airliner carrying 132 passengers nearly crashed earlier this year into a Russian warplane that was flying covertly, a study of Russia-West military incidents has found.

The 'Feathering' function on board SpaceShipTwo was deployed early

Device deployed early in Virgin Galactic crash

03 Nov The investigation into last week's crash of the Virgin Galactic spaceship has found that the "feathering" function to help it descend into the atmosphere from space was deployed early.