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    Cork Airport is located 4 miles south of the city centre of Cork and within easy reach of the west coast of Ireland. Your driver can get you to the centre of Cork in around 15 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Dublin or the UK in just a short flight.

    About

    Cork Airport is located in an area called Farmers Cross, which is situated in the southwest of Ireland, and is used for both private and commercial aviation. The airport has no General Aviation Terminal and so all private jet passengers must use the main terminal. Cork Airport is Ireland’s 2nd largest airport after Dublin.

    Facts

    Does Cork Airport have private jets?

    Yes,Cork Airport supports private jets.
    Cork Airport Facts
    Cork Airport has 2 runways (16/34 and 07/25). The airport handles around 2.4 million passengers every year.
    IATA: ORK
    ICAO: EICK
    Country: Ireland
    Latitude: 51-50-29.00N
    Longitude: 008-29-28.00W
    Timezone: Europe/Dublin
    Runway Length: 2133 metres (16/34) and 1310 metres (07/25)
    Tarmac Access: No
    Slot Restriction: No

    Facilities

    For aircraft, services provided include refueling, private hangars, toilet and water services and aircraft steps. Cork Airport is open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. For passengers and crew, services include a VIP lounge with complimentary WiFi. Rental cars and helicopter charter can be arranged for a private passenger’s ongoing journey. Customs pre-clearance can be arranged for added convenience. For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 5 hotels are conveniently located near to Cork Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to Cork, it is also within a short distance of Waterford and Limerick.


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