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Cork Airport (airport code ORK) is a short 8km from downtown Cork City, and is the third-busiest airport in Ireland. It is one of the country’s three main international airports.

Cork serves as a hub for Aer Lingus, the national flag carrier of Ireland, while Ryanair and Aer Arann also have busy schedules to and from Cork. A complete list of airlines serving Cork can be found on this page, while you can track both arrivals and departures online. Maps of the airport’s different levels can be found here and here, a list of shopping options here, and your dining choices here. Your ground transportation options are listed on this page, and they include bus, taxi, and train. The car rental agencies with desks in the airport are listed here.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Cork, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Cork

Cork is the second-largest city in Ireland and sits on the country’s southern coast. Cork’s biggest attraction is not actually in the city, but makes an easy day-trip – it is the Blarney Castle and the famous Blarney Stone. Tourist trap or no, it draws people by the thousands, all of whom want to kiss the stone.