Articles tagged “dublin”

Coronavirus

Normalcy Won’t Come Until 2022: CEO of Ireland’s Largest Hotel Group

It may take until 2022 for bookings to return to pre-coronavirus levels at Ireland's Dalata Hotel Group, but the company also has a sale-leaseback safety net if the travel industry faces an even worse coronavirus downturn.

Normalcy Won’t Come Until 2022: CEO of Ireland’s Largest Hotel Group

Hotels

No DNA Required: Hotel Genealogy Butler Helps Visitors Discover Irish Roots

Hotel companies love to brag about providing local experiences for their guests, but few actually live up to their billing. One of Ireland's top hotels created a job to literally help visitors find their place in the destination's history: a genealogy butler.

No DNA Required: Hotel Genealogy Butler Helps Visitors Discover Irish Roots

Tourism

Dublin Hosts 10,000 Penn State Football Fans

Sports tourism is big, as Dublin appreciated -- mostly -- this week. Penn State squared off against the University of Central Florida in Dublin on August 30, 2014.

Dublin Hosts 10,000 Penn State Football Fans

Airlines

Dublin Airport Teams Up with Theatre Festival to Add Drama to Arrivals

The theatre sponsorship provides creative content for Dublin Airport to share and allows it to engage flyers and the local community without endlessly pushing its own attractions and features.

Dublin Airport Teams Up with Theatre Festival to Add Drama to Arrivals

Airlines

Aer Lingus says U.S.-bound passengers are using Dublin airport to avoid Heathrow

Aer Lingus' leaders hope that if they speak loudly about Dublin's success it will distract from the woes that make the carrier a perennial takeover target.

Aer Lingus says U.S.-bound passengers are using Dublin airport to avoid Heathrow

Airlines

Dublin Airport now using biometric gates to quickly process passengers

These sorts of biometrics will soon become standard at modern airports. The airport of the future, in some respects, has already arrived.

Dublin Airport now using biometric gates to quickly process passengers

Airlines

Ryanair submits formal offer to buy 70.2% of Aer Lingus it doesn’t already own

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary may be a poor man's Richard Branson, but his success where traditional carriers have failed demonstrates that his style of flying is here to stay.