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Ryanair is to resume flights in and out of Belfast City Airport this summer, 11 years after cutting out travel from the location. The airline will run flights to Malaga, Mallorca, Faro, Alicante, Barcelona, Ibiza, Milan Bergamo and Valencia – a move hailed by Brian Ambrose, the chief executive of the airport.
After failing to make the grade at all in 2019, Ireland has notched three places on the FT1000 – a list of...
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Kerry Group pulls out of €700m joint venture talks with Kerry Co-op
Bid by farmers’ co-op to buy 60 per cent of company’s dairy business fails
Lakeland Dairies reports double-digit growth in profits
The farmer owned dairy co-op recorded a 27 per cent increase in operating profits in 2020 despite the challenges created by the pandemic