Airport Cork

Airport Cork

Cork Airport, along with Dublin and Shannon, is one of the 3 most important international airports in Ireland. It is in the county of the same name in the south western province, Munster.
  • URL: Cork (ORK)
  • Time zone: GMT 0
  • Service telephone: +353 21 4 31 31-31
  • Address: Cork Airport, Kinsale Road, City of Cork, Republic of Ireland
  • Operating company: Dublin Airport Authority
  • Parking: Yes; paid short and long-term parking about 4600 spaces, the first 15 minutes on the short term are free.
  • Nearby cities: Cork (6 km)
  • Directions by car: The airport is south of Cork directly on the N27 and the R600.
  • Stations: Trains to Cork Kent Train station and then use the SkyLink or Bus Eireann shuttle bus.
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.05%), Tuesday (13.30%), Wednesday (14.41%), Thursday (14.52%), Friday (14.92%), Saturday (13.26%), Sunday (15.53%)
  • Alternative spelling: Корк, Corc, Chorcaí, Κορκ, 科克, कॉर्क, קורק, كورك, コーク (アイルランド), კორკი, 코크 (도시)

Most popular destinations from Cork (Flights per week )

  1. London Heathrow (32, 16,49 %)
  2. Manchester (22, 11,34 %)
  3. Birmingham (22, 11,34 %)
  4. Paris - Charles de Gaulle (16, 8,25 %)
  5. Amsterdam-Schiphol (12, 6,19 %)
  6. Edinburgh (12, 6,19 %)
  7. Málaga (11, 5,67 %)
  8. Faro (11, 5,67 %)
  9. Bristol International Airport (8, 4,12 %)
  10. Glasgow (7, 3,61 %)
  11. other (21.13 %)

Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)

  1. Aer Lingus Irish Airlines (226, 29,85 %)
  2. British Airways (122, 16,12 %)
  3. Etihad Airways (75, 9,91 %)
  4. KLM (48, 6,34 %)
  5. Air Canada (40, 5,28 %)
  6. Condor (40, 5,28 %)
  7. United Airlines (40, 5,28 %)
  8. Thai AirAsia (27, 3,57 %)
  9. Delta Air Lines (24, 3,17 %)
  10. Qatar Airways (21, 2,77 %)
  11. other (12.43 %)

Location
Opened in1961, the airport is about 4 miles south of the city centre. By car the airport may be reached on the N22 or the N25 to the junction with the N27, then follow the signs to the airport. Coming from the south west use the N71 to Ballinhassig and then us the R600, where the airport is then signposted.


Rail passengers take trains to Cork Kent Train Station and use the airport shuttle that leaves from the nearby St. Patricks Quay on the River Lee at 30 minute intervals and is operated by SkyLink. The journey takes between 10 and 15 minutes. There is also a public bus operated by Bus Eireann that leaves from Cork Parnell Place Bus Station (10 minutes walk from the main railway station). The bus leaves at 30 to 40 minute intervals and the journey takes half an hour.


Statistical weather data for Cork

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Jun
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Aug
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45.7
45.7
46.6
48.4
54.0
58.3
63.5
62.2
57.6
54.9
48.9
47.5
41.5
41.2
43.2
45.7
50.0
55.0
58.3
57.7
54.7
50.5
45.1
43.2
33.3
34.3
39.4
41.7
46.9
51.1
55.4
53.6
51.1
46.0
41.5
38.7
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0
32.0