Introduction to Cork Airport
Cork Airport is Ireland's fastest growing and most punctual airport and the international gateway to the South of Ireland's two principal tourism products - The Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Ancient East. Cork is Ireland's gourmet food capital with Kinsale a key international gourmet destination. Cork Airport is the Republic of Ireland's second busiest Airport after Dublin with over 2.6 million passengers in 2019. Cork Airport is part of the daa plc group (ARI, daai, Dublin and Cork Airports). Cork Airport will grow by over 8% in 2019 with twelve new route annocuements in the past year.
The codeshare agreement follows Aer Lingus’ entry to the oneworld transatlantic joint venture in late 2020.
- Ryanair To Add Three More Routes From Edinburgh
- Ryanair to reopen Cork base, operate 20 routes this summer
- Ryanair expands Shannon base with second aircraft
- In numbers: International travel resumes from Ireland
- KLM adds Belgrade, Dubrovnik, Palma de Mallorca and Verona
- European airports push for regional route subsidies