Flights to Ireland
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Ireland has the following airports: Belfast International Airport (BFS), Cork International Airport (ORK/EICK), Donegal Intīl Airport (CFN/EIDL), Dublin Airport (DUB/EIDW), Galway Airport (GWY/EICM), Kerry Airport (KIR/EIKY), Knock Intīl Airport (NOC/EIKN), Shannon Airport (SNN/EINN, Sligo Regional Airport (SXL/EISG), Waterford Regional Airport (WAT/EIWF) and more.
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(The Republic of) Ireland is served by 4 international airports, Dublin, Shannon, Cork airport and Knock. Dublin is connected to several cities in the US, Canada, the UK and continental Europe. Shannon, close to the cities of Limerick and Ennis, also has flights to the US, Canada, the UK and Europe. Cork has flights to most UK destinations and a wide variety of European cities. It is easily accessed from any of the major European hubs, including all of the London airports.
Smaller regional airports that operate domestic and UK services are Donegal,Kerry, Waterford and Galway.
There are airports in Northern Ireland in Derry (Londonderry), Belfast International and Belfast City (George Best).
National carrier Aer Lingus concentrates on providing cheap fares from central airports, with good service, and has cheap deals available from the UK, continental Europe, the USA and Dubai. It is usually considerably cheaper than Ryanair for flights booked close to the travel date. Ryanair is another source of flights to Ireland, particularly from the UK, however extras such as baggage charges, taxes and other charges can add a considerable amount to the total price. Comprehensive listings of airlines flying directly into Ireland, along with destinations and timetables, can be found on the Dublin, Shannon and Cork airport websites. A regional service is also provided by Aer Árann which flies internally within Ireland and externally mainly to and from the United Kingdom.