is located 8Km South of the city of Cork, adjacent to the N27, near the south east coast of Ireland
To and From the Airport
There is a regular bus service between the airport and Cork costing approximately 4 Euros. Cork bus station is a 10 minute walk from the train station on the national network.
The taxi fare into central Cork ir the train station is around 20 Euros.
A multistory Short Term car park is located 100m from the terminal building and connected via a covered walkway whilst Long Term car parks are within 300m
Within the terminal building which opened in 2006 at Cork airport are 6 cafe/restaurants, 2 shops, bank, a hair stylist, currency exchange, 2 ATMs, executive lounge, Internet kiosks and FREE WiFi Internet access.
The Cork International Hotel and the Cork Airport Hotel are located close to the airport terminal.
Cork airport has Airport Carbon Accreditation
, at the Reduction level.
2.3 million passengers passed through Cork airport in 2018, an increase of 3% from the previous year but still well below the airports record of 3.3 million in 2008.
Cork Airports Web site can be accessed Here
Airports Near to Cork Airport
Shannon , Ireland (100 Km)
Airlines and Flights from Cork Airport to EuropeWe have 13 regional or flights from Ireland listed Here
Aer Lingus, flying to: Croatia, France, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain
Air France, flying to: France
Ryanair, flying to: France, Hungary, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Spain
Swiss, flying to: Switzerland
Volotea, flying to: Italy
Regional Flights, or Flights From Ireland to Cork AirportReturn to European Flights List Here
There are regional flights from the following UK and/or Ireland airports to Cork Airport:
Birmingham (465 Km)(CO2?)
Bristol (402 Km)(CO2?)
Edinburgh (566 Km)(CO2?)
Glasgow (521 Km)(CO2?)
Liverpool (416 Km)(CO2?)
London Gatwick (579 Km)(CO2?)
London Heathrow (555 Km)(CO2?)
London Luton (558 Km)(CO2?)
London Stansted (599 Km)(CO2?)
Manchester (452 Km)(CO2?)
Newcastle (573 Km)(CO2?)
Newquay (289 Km)(CO2?)
Southampton (504 Km)(CO2?)