Popular Routes

Cork International Airport to Cork City

Our most popular route would be Cork International Airport to in and around Cork City. Cork Airport, is one of the three principal international airports of Ireland, along with Dublin and Shannon. It is located 6.5 km south of Cork City in an area known as Farmers Cross. In 2009, Cork Airport handled 2.8 million passengers, remaining the Republic of Ireland's second busiest airport in terms of passenger numbers, after Dublin, and third busiest on the island of Ireland, after Dublin and Belfast.




Our "Meet and Greet" airport pick-up service guarantees that you or your VIP’s arrival at Cork Airport, Dublin or Shannon is smooth and professional.
Our professional chauffeurs will be on-hand to Meet and Greet you on arrival, take care of your luggage and ensure that you have an effortless chauffeur driven journey to your destination.


Passenger facilities


The new terminal at Cork Airport contains several shopping and eating facilities both before and after the security screening area, a bank with bureau de change service and an executive lounge. There are also various vending machines throughout the terminal. Paid Internet access is available throughout the terminal. There are also Wireless Internet Network services available on a free basis for passengers.

Free internet access is available in the Jack Lynch lounge for frequent flyers and business class passengers.

Development Plans

Cork Airport has, development plans that will effectively treble the size of the current airport, the airport will be developed over a phased basis from 2012 in phases numbered below.

1) The Cargo area (Currently located to the North East of the airport) will be moved to the South East of the airport south of Runway 25, the current location of the General Aviation area. In moving here the General Aviation area will be moved directly opposite to the South West of airport just south of Runway 7, work is expected to begin in 2012.

2) Using space from the removal of the Cargo Area the main Terminal will be extended, allowing new fixed gates to be built, effectively doubling the current space for scheduled and charter aircraft using Cork. The old Terminal will be demolished allowing the Terminal to extend also, This means that there is now the prevision of two Terminal extensions. These are the extension of the new Terminal out over the cargo area, and the extension of the new Terminal onto the current old Terminal, work is expected to begin in 2012, with the demolition of the old Terminal and work on extending the Terminal will begin when passenger numbers begin to exceed 5m (the current limit of the new Terminal).

3) The main Runway 17/35 will be extended, feasibility studies will be carried out in 2012 after work begins on Phases 1 & 2. This will allow for the prevision of Long Haul aircraft (747, 777, A340) to use the airport, work will begin on the extension of the runway when phases 1 & 2 are active.

4) The Road network, Public transport infrastructure will be developed as soon as phases 1 & 2 become active. This will comprise of the renovation of the main N27 which serves the airport to Motorway standard of 3 x 3 lanes in each direction (1 on each side a designated bus lane). A new road will be built from the South link roundabout near Cork University Hospital and Togher, to the Airport. The main roundabout will be enlarged with under-passes to allow traffic from Cork to Kinsale, or Kinsale to Cork to avoid the roundabout allowing extra capacity on the main roundabout. Work on the renovation of the Roundabout will begin in early 2011, but the new new roads and upgrade roads will not begin until phases 1 & 2 are active.

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Testominals from our clients...

Hello, I am writing to tell you how much I appreciated the seamless service that you provided us on our recent trip to Cork. We are intending to return soon and shall certainly use your services again.

- Thad Loring-Lee on 11 - Jan 2011