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Cork Airport

Cork Airport is the second busiest airport in Ireland beside Dublin Airport since it is already the capital of the country. Our information about Cork airport includes the nearby hotel, transport options and terminal facilities. Cork airport has the plans to be extended so that it can accommodate the long haul aircraft. If you need some extra information on arrival, you can find the information desk on the lower level in the hall of the arrivals. If you are driving to Cork airport, you can take N27 Southbound. It is the best gateway if you want to reach to the south of Ireland. At least 7 thousand passengers arrive and depart here every day and this can increases to 15 thousand in the peak season.

If you want to use public transport you can take public buses, you can use the regular bus services that work around Cork airport. They work from the bus stations to the main railways for every 40 minutes. You will find a bureau de change with banks which are located on the lower level of the Eason Bookshop. They are some ATMs in the hall of check in or on the Departure side of Airside. You can communicate using the wi-fi internet in the arrival areas, check in and internet kiosks. When you arrive you can eat from the Lir Café, Food Market or the Subway. You can also visit the regular bars and a sports bar.

There are shops which sell different things which may include tobacco, alcohols, newspaper, books, gifts, local produce, perfumes and designer brands. You can shop in the store near the information desk and you can choose to shop and collect where you can buy things that will be delivered to you without taking them on your trip. For the patient who is leaving the EU can buy the things duty free. If for any reason you lost something or you found something, then you can call the provided number to report it.

In case you want the hairdresser services, you can find it in the terminal. When you need to meet a person, the meeting area is opposite the information desk near the arrivals hall. If you want to meet with some people for business or just a conference, you can book the place at Jack Lynch Executive Lounge. It is found near the gate 8 on the departure area, after where the security place is found. You can find a small room to hire for your meeting needs.

Cork airport includes the facilities for the disable people which include the telephones, vending machines and adapted facilities. There are also the escalators and the ample lifts all around the terminal building. You can find clear signage to show the important places. The lifts have voiceovers with Braille controlled buttons. The parking that has been designed for the disabled can be found near the multistory car park. There is an ample car parking at Cork Airport for the long and short term needs. The long term parking is normally in the walking distance near the terminal. The car parks attendants are at work 24 hours. The people who come to meet passengers will have to park in the short term car park. Vehicles are not allowed to park outside Cork airport. It has two hotels nearby but you can also go for cheaper hotels in the city. Hotels close by are the Cork International Airport Hotel, in Park inn and Travelodge Cork Airport Hotel.

Airport Information

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51° 50’ 50" N
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8° 29’ 50" W
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