Ireland’s largest hotel chain is “actively” seeking to expand in the UK.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is coming under pressure from the hospitality sector to act to ease pressure on business rates.
Net profits at Airbus fell last year by a 63% to €995 million as revenue edged up 3% to €67 billion.
Underlying annual profits at InterContinental Hotels Group rose by 9.5% to $702 million in 2016.
Christmas helped draw 15% more foreign tourists to holiday in the UK, a new study shows.
A record year for inbound tourism to the UK in 2016 saw visitor numbers rise by 3% to 37.3 million.
Profits slumped at Millennium & Copthorne Hotels last year in the face of a drop in the value of the pound following the Brexit vote.
Ryanair is expanding its network from Scotland next winter with 15 new routes as the boss of the low fares airline called for Air Passenger Duty to be scrapped.
Investor Vitruvian Partners is backing a management buy-out of flight information provider OAG.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings added almost one hotel a day to its portfolio in 2016.
The combined Marriott and Starwood Hotels group projects 2017 earnings to rise by between 3%-6% to top $3 billion.
Air France-KLM reported a better-than-expected operating profits of €1.05 billion last year.
Blue Bay Travel has secured £6.5million in investment and appointed Andrew Gardner as non-executive chairman.
Operator says it is now coming into a “sweet period” after hedging for 2017.
Tui has reported a strong start to the year with turnover increasing by 8.5% to €3.49 billion.
Tui has confirmed the sale of its Travelopia division.