Cork International airport is the second largest in the Republic of Ireland after Dublin. The airport is one of the fastest growing airports in Europe and well over a million passengers pass through each year.

A new terminal was opened in 2006 to cater for the huge increase in passengers each year. It now has facilities to cater for passengers equal to other airports (of the same size) in the world.

Cork airport is important for the major airlines Aer Lingus and Rynair, who fly to the major European cities and New York.

The airport is growing fast and introducing new flights to many countries in the world. Cork airport is situated in the south west about 8Km from Cork city in county Cork.

Car Parking:
Cork airport has both short term and long term car parking facilities totalling well over 4500 spaces. It is important to keep your car parking ticket and use it to pay the parking fees at the automatic pay stations.
The short term car park is situated next to terminal building and is mainly used for drivers dropping off or picking up passengers.
There are two long term car parks at Cork airport. When you arrive at the airport, observe the electronic car park signs approaching the terminal building and then follow the overhead gantry signposts for either car park.

Other facilities:
There is a bank and bureau de change on the lower level. There is a coffee shop and two bars in the terminal building. There is a Londis convenience store on the lower level which sells food snacks and newspapers.

Disabled passengers:
The new terminal is adapted for disabled passengers. It has wheelchair ramps and adapted elevators as well as telephones. There is also an adapted rest room. There are special car parking places in the short term car park on the ground level.



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