Cork Airport is the international gateway to the south of Ireland and is uniquely positioned at the start of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East.
Cobh is just 25 minutes from Cork International Airport and is a must see destination for any tourist visiting the region.
Cobh’s story is entwined with world history – the Titanic, Lusitania and the emigration of so many Irish people from the town’s quays have seen to this. The unique architecture, piers and buildings of Cobh have changed little since the era of the Titanic. The magnificent St. Colman’s Cathedral perched on the hillside, brightly painted houses, stunning flower displays, non stop activity on the water, waterside parks, scenic walks or even a boat trip to Spike Island make for a relaxed visit. Our waterside hotels, restaurants, cafés and cosy pubs will satisfy every taste.
Cork is Ireland’s second largest and second busiest airport after Dublin with more choice than any other airport outside Dublin. Cork Airport’s customer service, as voted by passengers, has won national and international awards. Flying from Boston to Cork is just one way of travelling. With Cork’s daily flight connections to London Heathrow, Amsterdam Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle the region it easily accessible from North America.