Cork Airport Informational Guide to Cork Airport (ORK) - Non Official

Cork Airport (ORK)

Find the most important information about Cork Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the Airport and other information about Cork Airport (ORK). Plan your travel to ORK Airport with the information provided in this guide.


Cork Airport registered 2,585,466 passengers in 2019.


During 2020, due to coronavirus crisis, ORK Airport only handled 527,014 passengers

In 2021, a total of 255,014 passengers were registered at Cork Airport

Terminal + info

Cork Airport has a single passenger terminal.

Transport + info

The following transportation options are available at Cork Airport:

Several bus lines are at your disposal to get from ORK Airport to Cork city centre and further destinations within Ireland.
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By taxi you can travel from Cork Airport to Cork city centre within 20 minutes.
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Although there is no railway station at Cork Airport, you can get to Cork Kent Railway Station by bus, taxi or transfer.

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Car hire:
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Transfers: If you want private transportation from and to Cork Airport, you can book a transfer. 

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Address: Kinsale Road, Cork, T12P5NF, IRELAND 

 +353 21 431 3131 

Facilities and Services + info

See the services available at Cork Airport:


- Wi-Fi
- Toilets
- Shops
- Cafés and restaurants 
- Lost and Found
- Information desk
- ATMs
- Internet kiosks
- Printing services
- Prayer rooms
- Charging stations 
- Currency exchange
- Baby changing facilities
- Children’s play area 
- Special Assistance
- Accessible toilets
- Hairdresser
- Hotels
- Lounges

About Cork

Cork is a city located in south-west Ireland, on the River Lee, which divides the city’s core into different islands. The city also has one of the largest natural harbours in the world in terms of navigational area. Within Cork you can find some remnants of the old walls which used to protect the city on medieval ages – they are still visible around South and North main streets.

Other places of interest are Red Abbey, its two cathedrals, St. Mary’s Cathedral and Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral and Saint Patrick’s Street, where many of Cork’s daily life is done. Do not forget the symbol of the city, the church tower of Shandon, which can be seen from the north side of the city.

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