Cork ORK airport transfers & shuttles

Cork Airport (ORK)

The county of Cork stretches across south-west Ireland and is home to an impressive shoreline, colourful towns and enchanting scenery. Kiss the Blarney Stone, have a picnic with lemurs at the Fota Wildlife Park or visit the town of Cobh – the final port of call for the Titanic before it embarked on its treacherous, one-way journey. Though it is the second largest Irish city, Corkonians proudly refer to Cork City as 'the real capital of Ireland', and with its lovely waterways, impressive architecture and buzzy food and drinks scene, it's not hard to see why. Ensure your trip to or from Cork Airport gets off to the best start by booking your airport transfer on today.

Cork Airport is the second busiest airport in Ireland, with more than two million annual passengers travelling to both international and domestic destinations. The airport is located 6.5 kilometres south of Cork City in the area of Farmers Cross, and around 260 kilometres from Ireland's capital, Dublin. It is one of the three main international airports in the Republic of Ireland, along with Dublin and Shannon. The most convenient way to get to and from Cork Airport is by airport transfer. Book your ORK airport transfer on to avoid expensive airport parking fees and save yourself the worry of navigating a new destination.

Cork Airport has all of the amenities you'd expect at an international airport. Banking and exchange facilities are provided throughout the terminal. Free WiFi is available as well as a number of internet kiosks. Cork Airport is one of three Irish airports to host The Loop, an online airport shopping portal where you can order your items beforehand and pick them up at the airport. There are a number of dining options available, or passengers may opt to relax in the Jack Lynch Executive Lounge at Cork Airport regardless of class of travel or airline (fees apply). There are two hotels next to the airport too, the Cork International Hotel and the Cork Airport Hotel.

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Top things to do in and around Cork

  • Visit one of Ireland's most popular- and talked about- tourist attractions, Blarney Castle. It's home to the renowned Blarney Stone, which is rumoured to give all who kiss it the 'gift of the gab'.
  • See the historic port of Cobh (formerly Queenstown)- the last port of call for the doomed voyage of the Titanic in 1912.
  • Admire the rugged beauty, wild beaches and jagged peninsulas of West Cork.
  • Take advantage of the self-guided walking tour signposts around the city of Cork, and take in the town by foot.
  • You can't miss the eye-catching St Finn Barre's Cathedral- a French Early Gothic style structure with intricate mosaics detailing its interior.
  • Step back in time at the Midleton Distillery for the 'Jameson Experience' and learn the fascinating history behind Ireland's famous whiskey.
  • Interact with animals in their natural environment at one of Ireland's biggest attractions, the 100-acre-large Fota Wildlife Park.
  • Once a prison and now a museum, it's worth a visit to the castle-like Cork City Gaol and see what life was like for 19th-century prisoners.

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Cork Airport,
Kinsale Rd,
County Cork ,

Airport code: ORK
Currency: GBP

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