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AlicanteALCSpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to AlicanteFlights to Alicante from Cork
AlicanteALCSpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to AlicanteFlights to Alicante from Cork
AmsterdamAMSNetherlands flagNetherlandsAer Lingus Flights from Cork to AmsterdamFlights to Amsterdam from Cork
BarcelonaBCNSpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to BarcelonaFlights to Barcelona from Cork
BirminghamBHXUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to BirminghamFlights to Birmingham from Cork
BordeauxBODFrance flagFranceRyanairFlights from Cork to BordeauxFlights to Bordeaux from Cork
BristolBRSUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to BristolFlights to Bristol from Cork
CarcassonneCCFFrance flagFranceRyanairFlights from Cork to CarcassonneFlights to Carcassonne from Cork
DubrovnikDBVCroatia flagCroatiaCroatia AirlinesFlights from Cork to DubrovnikFlights to Dubrovnik from Cork
East MidlandsEMAUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomRyanairFlights from Cork to East MidlandsFlights to East Midlands from Cork
EdinburghEDIUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to EdinburghFlights to Edinburgh from Cork
FaroFAOPortugal flagPortugalAer Lingus Flights from Cork to FaroFlights to Faro from Cork
FaroFAOPortugal flagPortugalRyanairFlights from Cork to FaroFlights to Faro from Cork
FuerteventuraFUESpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to FuerteventuraFlights to Fuerteventura from Cork
GdanskGDNPoland flagPolandWizz AirFlights from Cork to GdanskFlights to Gdansk from Cork
GenevaGVASwitzerland flagSwitzerlandAer Lingus Flights from Cork to GenevaFlights to Geneva from Cork
GironaGROSpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to GironaFlights to Girona from Cork
Glasgow International GLAUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to Glasgow International Flights to Glasgow International from Cork
Gran CanariaLPASpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to Gran CanariaFlights to Gran Canaria from Cork
Gran CanariaLPASpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to Gran CanariaFlights to Gran Canaria from Cork
JerseyJERUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to JerseyFlights to Jersey from Cork
KatowiceKTWPoland flagPolandWizz AirFlights from Cork to KatowiceFlights to Katowice from Cork
La RochelleLRHFrance flagFranceRyanairFlights from Cork to La RochelleFlights to La Rochelle from Cork
LanzaroteACESpain flagSpainThomson AirwaysFlights from Cork to LanzaroteFlights to Lanzarote from Cork
LanzaroteACESpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to LanzaroteFlights to Lanzarote from Cork
LanzaroteACESpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to LanzaroteFlights to Lanzarote from Cork
LisbonLISPortugal flagPortugalAer Lingus Flights from Cork to LisbonFlights to Lisbon from Cork
LiverpoolLPLUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomRyanairFlights from Cork to LiverpoolFlights to Liverpool from Cork
London GatwickLGWUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to London GatwickFlights to London Gatwick from Cork
London GatwickLGWUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomRyanairFlights from Cork to London GatwickFlights to London Gatwick from Cork
London HeathrowLHRUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to London HeathrowFlights to London Heathrow from Cork
London StanstedSTNUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomRyanairFlights from Cork to London StanstedFlights to London Stansted from Cork
MalagaAGPSpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to MalagaFlights to Malaga from Cork
MalagaAGPSpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to MalagaFlights to Malaga from Cork
ManchesterMANUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomAer Lingus Flights from Cork to ManchesterFlights to Manchester from Cork
Milan BergamoBGYItaly flagItalyRyanairFlights from Cork to Milan BergamoFlights to Milan Bergamo from Cork
MunichMUCGermany flagGermanyAer Lingus Flights from Cork to MunichFlights to Munich from Cork
NewcastleNCLUnited Kingdom flagUnited KingdomJet2Flights from Cork to NewcastleFlights to Newcastle from Cork
NiceNCEFrance flagFranceAer Lingus Flights from Cork to NiceFlights to Nice from Cork
PalmaPMISpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to PalmaFlights to Palma from Cork
PalmaPMISpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to PalmaFlights to Palma from Cork
Paris Charles de GaulleCDGFrance flagFranceAer Lingus Flights from Cork to Paris Charles de GaulleFlights to Paris Charles de Gaulle from Cork
PisaPSAItaly flagItalyRyanairFlights from Cork to PisaFlights to Pisa from Cork
PoznanPOZPoland flagPolandWizz AirFlights from Cork to PoznanFlights to Poznan from Cork
RennesRNSFrance flagFranceAer Lingus Flights from Cork to RennesFlights to Rennes from Cork
ReusREUSpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to ReusFlights to Reus from Cork
Rome FiumicinoFCOItaly flagItalyAer Lingus Flights from Cork to Rome FiumicinoFlights to Rome Fiumicino from Cork
Tenerife SouthTFSSpain flagSpainAer Lingus Flights from Cork to Tenerife SouthFlights to Tenerife South from Cork
Tenerife SouthTFSSpain flagSpainRyanairFlights from Cork to Tenerife SouthFlights to Tenerife South from Cork
VilniusVNOLithuania flagLithuaniaWizz AirFlights from Cork to VilniusFlights to Vilnius from Cork
Warsaw ModlinWMIPoland flagPolandWizz AirFlights from Cork to Warsaw ModlinFlights to Warsaw Modlin from Cork
WroclawWROPoland flagPolandWizz AirFlights from Cork to WroclawFlights to Wroclaw from Cork

Flight Summary

One of Ireland's fastest growing airports, Cork has recently expanded its range of flights to and from the UK, with Ryanair setting up a base there.

Destination Summary

The 2005 European Capital of Culture is a hugely popular weekend break destination due to its quaint 18th and 19th century buildings and friendly old fashioned pubs.

Quick Facts

  • Airport Code: ORK
  • Miles From London: 572

Mark Says

Situated on the banks of the River Lee, Southern Ireland's second city is the smallest ever to be named European Capital of Culture. In the run-up to Cork assuming that title at the start of 2005, millions of pounds were spent on a vast renovation and restoration scheme intended to transform a city previously best known for its bridges and hills into a modern metropolis worthy of such accolades.

The results are stunning, as the all-new St. Patrick's Street, at the heart of Cork, proudly goes to show. For decades, Cork has been regarded as an outsider city seeking the recognition it deserves. Not for nothing is surrounding County Cork known as 'the Rebel County', more likely than, say, the establishment-heavy Dublin to spark some form of uprising.

It's significant that the area's two most famous sons are Michael Collins, figurehead of the popular Irish resistance, and Roy Keane, the tenacious former captain of the Republic of Ireland and Manchester United. This is a young and impassioned city, one that finds fresh blood and a renewed intellectual vigour through the yearly turnover of students at University College. But Cork is, as much as anywhere else in the Republic, a place of tradition, poetry and beauty.

West Cork, in particular, is as picturesque a location as any in all Ireland. Hire a car and drive along the coast, or simply the six miles down the road to Blarney, home of the fabled Stone.

Within Cork itself, historical attractions like the 18 th century St. Anne's Church, on a hill overlooking the city, sit in proximity to some of the venues that presumably tipped the European Capital judges: Crawford Municipal Gallery, with its mix of works by local, national and international artists, or the multi-media delights of the Triskel Arts Centre. And, as again elsewhere in Ireland, nightlife is never a problem: traditionalists tend to head for old-school pub Sin É , while the younger crowd slouch elegantly in such swish hang-outs as Bodega and the Rhino Rooms.