Check out a list of Ireland’s popular airports. Offering flights to both internal and international destinations, most of these airports also offer duty free shopping and many more facilities for passengers.
Dublin Airport, Dublin,
Dublin International Airport is Ireland’s busiest and largest airport and serves flights within Ireland itself as well as flights to/from the UK, Europe and North America. It’s located about 6 miles (10km) north of Dublin City Centre and is well connected by public transport. It’s also easy enough to get to if you’re driving with easy access from the M50 and M1/N1.
Shannon Airport, Shannon, Clare
About Shannon Airport
Shannon Airport is located in the Shannon Region in County Clare on the western seaboard of Ireland just 24km from Limerick city and 22 km from Ennis. For departing passengers, The Loop Shop provides an extensive selection of cigarettes, liquor, food, luxury goods, confectionary and essential travel accessories. All of this combined with world class customer service and unbeatable prices. Airport Shopping is available to all passengers travelling to all destinations. Some conditions apply in relation to the packing of liquid, gel and paste puchases.
Cork International Airport is one of the fastest growing regional airports in Europe. Dating back to 1961, when the first plane landed, Cork Airport has an interesting history. Today it has facilities for passengers equal or better than most airports of comparable size in the world. Situated in the beautiful South of Ireland, just five miles from the city centre, and with excellent communication links, it is indeed the airport of the future. The airport now handles over 1 million passengers annually.
Ireland West Airport Knock is renowned as the most popular airport of choice in the West, North West and Midland regions of the Country. This is further strenghtened due to the airports reputation for competitiveness, accessability value and choice. Due to the increasing number of passengers using Ireland West Airport Knock, it is now seen as the country’s fourth International Airport.
Kerry Airport is the county’s regional airport and is the gateway to the southwest of Ireland. Kerry Airport is ideally situated in the heart of the county just outside the village of Farranfore, allowing quick and easy access to Killarney, Tralee and neighbouring cities of Cork and Limerick. Kerry Airport offers a bus service directly to local towns, with Farranfore Train Station situated ten minutes away.
Kerry’s regional airport operates both scheduled and chartered flights accross Ireland, UK and Europe, whilst also providing connecting flights to and from global destinations. Facilities at Kerry Airport include car hire, a taxi service, currency exchange, a bar & restaurant, an ATM, a gift shop and wireless broadband.
Airport Road, Derry, Derry
The airport is located just 10 miles from the city of Derry and provides services by British Airways to Manchester & Glasgow….
Galway Airport operates flights to and from the following destinations: Dublin, Edinburgh, London Luton, Lorient (seasonal), Manchester and Waterford.
Facilities include: Car Parking, Information Desk, Car hire, Cafe Shop and AV-8 Bar/Restaurant, Gift Shop, Free WI-FI Taxis.
Galway Airport is located about 6km from Galway City. From the city take the R339 and continue past the race course.
Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, Donegal
Donegal Airport is located at Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, County Donegal, about a 15 minute drive from Dungloe and Gwedore and and roughly 45 minutes from Letterkenny.
Each day there are flights to Dublin (duration about 40 minutes), which will connect you with many other international points.