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A GUIDE TO AIRPORTS IN IRELAND

A  GUIDE  TO AIRPORTS IN  IRELAND

Air transportation or travelling by air has always been fascinating owing to the advantages and merits it offers over other means of transportation; below are the airports you can explore to provide you your desired unprecedented flight from Ireland to any part of the world.

1.     DUBLIN AIRPORT  ( IATA CODE :  DUB)

It is the largest airfield and main entry point for most visitors. It offers several facilities to make travel as easy as possible. You really need to be here; because it is the busiest and most popular of all airports in Ireland

Website:www.dublinairport.com

2.    CORK AIRPORT (IATA CODE : ORK)

It is by far less busier than Dublin Airport but has around 20 regular scheduled international flight.

Website:www.corkairport.com

3.    SHANNON AIRPORT (IATA CODE : SNN)

It is the third biggest airport in Ireland with more than 1.7 million passengers annually. It  mostly has seasonal flights but regular flights as well.

Website :www.shannonairport.ie

4.    BELFAST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IATA CODE: BFS)

It is the busiest in Northern Ireland and second busiest in Ireland after Dublin Airport. The airport has regular flights operated by Ryanair and Easyjet while other flights are mostly seas

Website : www.belfastairport.com

5.    GEORGE BEST BELFAST CITY AIRPORT (IATA CODE: BHD)

It mostly serves regional flights to Malaga and faro. It serves as a base for Flybe, the largest independent regional airline in Europe

6.    FARRANFORE AIRPORT OR THE KERRY AIRPORT (IATA CODE : KIR )

It is a home to Ryanair, British Airways and Etihad Airways which are the busiest that fly Kerry airport. When you arrive at this airport, you find most popular car hire companies close by to convey you into the airport.

Website: www.kerryairport.com

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