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  Cork International Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cork International Airport, or Aerfort Corcaigh in Irish, is one of Ireland's principal airports, situated on the south side of Cork City in an area known as Ballygarvan.
Cork Airport handles scheduled and charter flights to domestic and European destinations as well as cargo services and general aviation.
Aer Rianta took control of Cork and Shannon airports on April 1, 1969 and the assets of the airports were transferred to the company under the Air Navigation and Transport (Amendment) Act, 1998.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cork_International_Airport   (1040 words)

 Dublin Airport Authority - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This renamed Aer Rianta as Dublin Airport Authority plc and established[1] Shannon Airport Authority plc and Cork Airport Authority plc.
The three new authorities have power to formulate business plans for their respective airports, however they will not take charge of running the airports until further date to be determined by the Minister for Transport, which by law will not be before 1 May 2005.
The State Airports Act was heavily criticised by Noel Hanlon, the outgoing chairman of Aer Rianta, and by the company's unions, who believed it a precursor to privatisation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dublin_Airport_Authority   (425 words)

 Cork International Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Cork International Airport (IATA Airport Code; ORK, ICAO Airport Code; EICK) is one of Ireland's main airports.
Situated on the south side of Cork City in an area known as Ballygarvan, the airport is operated by Dublin Airport Authority.
Cork Airport mostly handles domestic Irish flights and flights to Britain and Europe.
www.millville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Cork_Airport   (766 words)

 Cork City Council > Maps: Cork region
Cork International Airport has direct flights to the UK and parts of Europe and connecting flights to other European and American destinations.
Cork is a university city with a total student population in excess of 25,000.
Cork city has a number of strategic advantages that continue to be translated into further opportunities for growth and development.
www.corkcorp.ie /maps/cork_region.shtml   (715 words)

 Cork - Wikitravel
With a population of 123,000, Cork (Gaelic: Corcaigh [1]) is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and is situated on the banks of the River Lee in the south of the county.
Cork was originally built on several islands (the Gaelic name, Corcaigh, means marsh), and the center of the city sits between the north and south channels of the River Lee.
Cork is the gastronomic capital of Ireland, with the widest variety of top class restaurants in the country.
wikitravel.org /en/Cork   (1853 words)

 Guide to Cork Ireland
Cork, the 2^nd largest city (or should we say county borough) in Ireland, is a wonderful destination to see unique sights, and interact with the warm and friendly locals which make up this cozy part of the country.
Cork was founded centuries ago, and its people were involved with a struggle for independence early on, which is why when you travel throughout the county, you will see the multitude of castles and forts.
Cork International Airport is not the busiest flight destination in Ireland, but that is ok, because it is nevertheless fully equipped to make both your arrival and departure as easy and as smooth as possible.
www.flightcomparison.co.uk /flightcomparison/flights/corkguideork.htm   (659 words)

 Cork Airport, County Cork, Ireland
Cork International Airport is one the fastest growing airports in the country, situated in one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations, County Cork.
Cork Airport is a customer service oriented organisation and is committed to providing facilities for passengers with disabilities using the airport.
Cork Airport continues to improve and update these facilities throughout its Airport on an on-going basis.
www.gettingtoireland.com /airportcork.htm   (361 words)

 Welcome to South East Ireland-Ireland's South East - Tourist Information Offices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Cork International Airport is situated 210 Kms (125 miles) to Carlow, 155 Kms (96.5 miles) to Kilkenny, 102 Kms (64 miles) to Clonmel South Tipperary, 127 Kms (80 miles) to Waterford City and 187 Kms (116 miles) to Wexford Town, Co Wexford.
Dublin International Airport is situated 98 Kms (61miles) to Carlow, 136 Kms (84 miles) to Kilkenny, 206 Kms (128 miles) to Clonmel South Tipperary, 172 Kms (107 miles) to Waterford City and 171 Kms (107 miles) to Wexford Town, Co Wexford.
Shannon International Airport is situated 173 Kms (107 miles) to Carlow, 154 Kms (96 miles) to Kilkenny, 103 Kms (64 miles) to Clonmel South Tipperary, 150 Kms (93 miles) south of Waterford City and 209 Kms (130 miles) to Wexford Town, Co Wexford.
www.southeastireland.com /content.asp?id=56   (377 words)

 Airport Technology - Cork International Airport (ORK/EICK) New Terminal Building
The Cork airport development programme requires an investment of €140 million and is scheduled to be completed by the first quarter of 2005.
A new air traffic control tower is also under construction on the western side of the airport along with improvements to the airports road network.
A new in-flight catering building is being constructed by Alpha, an international in-flight catering company, to upgrade its facilities at Cork Airport at a cost of €2.5 million.
www.airport-technology.com /projects/cork   (626 words)

 Car Rental Cork Airport Car Hire Cork Airport
The cost is approximately €10 from the airport to the city centre and takes about 15 minutes.
A hackney service (private hire) also operates from the airport and the rates are displayed at the desk.
The Holiday Inn Dublin Airport (tel: (0)1 808 0500) and Cork Airport Great Southern Hotel are both located on the airport premises.
www.autohire-ireland.com /rental-car-hire-cork-airport.htm   (570 words)

 Aer Lingus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In January 1940 a new airport was completed in the Dublin suburb of Collinstown and Aer Lingus moved their operations to the new aviation centre.
Newark International Airport in New Jersey was also added as a destination.
On 27 October 2005 Aer Lingus [1] announced their first scheduled service to Asia from March 2006 as Dubai International Airport in the United Arab Emirates, where Chief Executive Dermot Mannion was based when at Emirates.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aer_Lingus   (2248 words)

 Cork Airport Hotels - Hotels Near Cork Airport
Cork International Airport is one of the fastest growing regional airports in Europe.
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.
Cork Airport has considerable private aircraft facilities, with a separate apron for corporate and private aircraft and helicopters.
www.airportstay.com /cork.html   (167 words)

 IOL: Cork Airport takes off in passenger numbers
Cork International Airport is on course to cater for three million passengers this year.
That was the prediction today from airport marketing manager Kevin Cullinane who disclosed that the numbers that used the facility during January increased by 26.5% over the same month last year.
The airport was well geared to increased demand with the new terminal due to begin operating in May. It will have the most modern facilities in the world.
breakingnews.iol.ie /news/story.asp?j=173932278&p=y7393z984   (360 words)

 Cork Airport guide, Cork, Ireland
Everything you need to know about Cork Airport including: which terminals, where to check in, what facilities are available, assistance for the disabled, transportation, shuttles, car hire and airport rentals, restaurants and bars, access to flight information, banking hours and shopping options…
There is no post office at the airport, but postage stamps can be purchased at the Skyshop located on the ground floor of the terminal building.
At Cork the banking facilities are open from 07:30 to 17:30.
www.121airports.com /corkinternationalairport.htm   (481 words)

 Cork Airport & Cork Ferry Bed & Breakfast Accommodation Raffeen Cottages B&B
Perfectly located for Cork International Airport and adjacent to all major tourist towns.
On our doorstep are some of Cork’s outstanding Golf Courses and Heritage Centres with easy access to Cork’s most popular tourist towns, Blarney, Kinsale and Cobh.
Maybe you like the pleasure of a leisurely walk (or drive), then take the scenic route to Crosshaven with the oldest yacht charter in the world it is also one of the major sailing centres in the country.
www.raffeencottages.com   (398 words)

 Car hire Cork airport car rental Cork airport car hire Cork airport
Our rates at car hire Cork airport are the best offer you can find for car rental Cork airport.
With a number of hire car locations available throughout europe and beneluxcar provides car rental locations from all major airports and downtown offices in and around the Cork airport area.
Cork International Airport is one of Ireland's principal airports, situated on the south side of Cork City in an area known as Ballygarvan.
www.beneluxcar.com /car-hire-airport/cork.htm   (354 words)

 IOL: Aer Lingus to increase services to Cork
Aer Lingus is to base a fourth A320 aircraft at Cork International Airport from June.
The developments were welcomed today by the airport management board which also disclosed that a record 202,764 people used the airport during December.
Airport management would like to remind passengers to allow plenty of time for check-in — at least one hour and 30 minutes before scheduled flight departure times, and at least two hours and 30 minutes before charter flight departure times.
breakingnews.iol.ie /news/story.asp?j=63116328&p=63yy659z&n=63116620   (325 words)

 Cork Kerry Tourism: News
Irish Airports are set to benefit following the announcement of a variety of new routes and services by a number of different airlines.
Ryanair’s new Cork base will deliver 1 million passengers per annum, sustain 1,000 jobs in the region and allow the people of Cork and Munster to travel internationally and domestically for a fraction of existing prices.
Cork Kerry Tourism are delighted to announced that preparations are under way to celebrate a White Christmas with a difference in Killarney this year.
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 Malta International Airport   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
This article from Airports International is part of the HighBeam Research eLibrary archive.
Cork International Airport is an airport in Cork, Ireland...
Airport guides with information on travel, transport, trains, parking, terminals, airlines, duty free shopping facilities, business clubs and lounges, departure gates and arrivals for corporate...
www.holiday-in-malta.co.uk /18/break854.html   (438 words)

 Aer Arann -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Its main base is Dublin International Airport, with hubs at Cork International Airport and Galway Airport.
In early December 2004 Aer Arann announced that it had carried 400,000 passengers through Cork Airport since the start of 2004, an increase of 57% on the previous year.
Connemara Regional Airport, Inverin to Inis Mór, Inis Meáin and Inis Óirr
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Aer_Arann   (490 words)

 Cork Kerry Tourism: New Air Access for 2005
Cork International Airport, Kerry Airport and Shannon Airport in addition to Ringaskiddy ferry port makes access to the Cork Kerry Region easy for all.
Shannon International Airport is located in Shannon, County Clare, 84 miles (134 kilometres) from Killarney and 77 miles (124 kilometres) from Cork.
While every care has been taken to ensure accuracy, in the compilation of this Newsletter, Cork Kerry Tourism cannot however, accept responsibility for errors or omissions, but where such are brought to our attention, future publications will be amended accordingly.
newsweaver.ie /ckt/e_article000357665.cfm?x=b11,0,w   (233 words)

 Travelling to Ireland Section
Kinsale is a short distance (25 minutes) from Cork International Airport with direct flights from numerous European Airports.
The lively town is home to excellent seafood restaurants and its 52 pubs are well known for their music and craic.
There are also direct sailing from Rosslare Co.Wexford and Cork Ferry Port to France and a ferry from Northern Ireland to Scotland.
www.sailireland.com /Travel/travel2.htm   (272 words)

 Ireland Cork Airport bus and rail service information
Frequent direct bus service operates between Cork Airport and the city centre (Parnell Place Bus station) (route numbers 226 and 249).
Unfortunately there is no integration between the city's bus and rail stations leaving one with a ten minute walk to connect.
Anyone with baggage would be advised to take a taxi direct from the airport to the railway station.
www.lookintoireland.com /orkflgroundtrans.htm   (92 words)

 Hotels Cork - Cork Hotels - Hayfield Manor
Hayfield Manor is a luxury hotel tucked away in a leafy corner, just one mile from Cork City Centre in the South of Ireland.
In Cork you are never too far from a golf course.
Located just 15 minutes from Cork International Airport and 5 minutes from Cork City centre - Hayfield Manor provides serenity, privacy and peaceful seclusion for all our guests' comfort.
www.hayfieldmanor.ie   (286 words)

 Cork Airport? Rory Gallagher Airport!
Rory Gallagher (1947 – 1995) was Ireland’s first true international rock and roll star and was revered not only for his supreme musicianship and talent as an entertainer but also for his integrity as an artist and overwhelming humility as a person.
We feel that there would be no better way to keep his name and spirit alive across the world than by petitioning the relevant authorities to rename the existing Cork International Airport to Cork Rory Gallagher Airport.
The airport continues to undergo a huge programme of redevelopment and expansion so a popular name change at this time could only enhance the success of the new facilities.
blogger.xs4all.nl /werksman/archive/2006/04/23/88776.aspx   (334 words)

 Barrys Coaches - Coach hire Cork, Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The website for Tourism in and around the Cork and Kerry regions of the South West of Ireland.
The website for the Cork City Local Authority takes you through all the information you need about Cork and its history.
The website for the Cork Internantional Airport allows you to access daily filght arrival and departures times and offers in depth information on all other services.
www.bushq.com /barrys/Barrys_coach_hire_tourism.htm   (259 words)

 Cork Ireland Cork Airport Cork Swansea Ferry
A listing of car hire companies operating from Cork Airport can also be found on that website.
The Cork Ferryport at Ringaskiddy is about a little over an hours drive from Union Hall.
Swansea Cork Ferries travel between Swansea (Wales) to Cork all year except from 10th January - 9th March.
www.whalewatchwestcork.com /cork-ireland.html   (188 words)

 Cork Airport,Airports in Cork. Find all Cork Travel and Tourist information in Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A daily service is available to and from Cork City Centre with regular departures.
Cork Airport is a uniquely exciting venue for any meeting, conference, trade show or social event.
The airport is an equally fascinating location for all guests and delegates and is sure to be a popular choice of venue, offering them the opportunity of sharing in the excitement it generates.
www.goireland.com /scripts/low/xq/asp/areaid.0/areatype.I/cat.8/SubjectID.218/PremisesID.30962/qx/premises.htm   (338 words)

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