Cork Airport

Cork Airport

Cork Airport is the main airport serving the Republic of Ireland’s second largest city and is situated just 6 km away from the city center. Housed within a single passenger terminal, the airport has an extensive range of services across Europe, many of which are operated on a seasonal basis. Serving over 2 million passengers annually, Cork Airport is the second busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland.

Terminals at Cork Airport

At Cork Airport there is just a single passenger terminal which provides a broad range of amenities and services to keep passengers happy. The terminal is noted for its cleanliness and modern facilities, so most travelers at the airport report a pleasant and enjoyable experience. As all flights at the airport are handled in the same terminal, you don’t have to stress if you need to transfer between flights as there is no need to travel between terminals.

Facilities at Cork Airport

Travelers waiting for flights at Cork airport will find plenty of things to do to pass the time, as the airport offers a decent selection of shops, restaurants and other communities. There are ample dining and drinking choices available in the airport, with everything from fast food outlets and cafés to a couple of Irish pubs open to travelers. Along with this, you can visit the Loop area where you will find a range of retail, travel and fashion shops, while you can also do some duty-free shopping during your time at the airport.

All the other essential services passengers would need at the airport can be found including currency exchanges, an airport lounge and even a hair salon nearby. As well as this, the airport provides travelers with complimentary Wi-Fi and there are also plenty of internet stations located around the airport. Any travelers requiring special assistance will find the airport to be very accommodating, although you will need to inform your airline at least 48 hours before arriving at the airport.

Cork Airport Travel Information

Passengers arriving in Cork will find there are plenty of options available to travel into the city and the surrounding area. There is a bus service which can take you directly from the airport into the city center, with the journey taking around 20 minutes. Alternatively, there is a train station around a 10-minute walk away from the airport if you need to travel on the local train network. You will also be able to find plenty of taxis outside of the terminal, with all taxis fitted with meters to ensure travelers get a reasonable price. Several internationally recognized car rental companies are also available in the arrivals section of the airport for those looking to rent a car.

* This information is correct as of May 2018

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 Airport Contact Details

Cork Airport

Aer Rianta,
Kinsale Road,
Co Cork,

Tel:+353 (0)21 4313131
Fax:+353 (0)21 4313442


Dublin Airport Authority plc (DAA)

 Location Details

Longitude:8° 29' 25'' W
Latitude:51° 50' 35'' N

 Airport Location

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