Fly and Drive, Freedom and Choice with Ireland’s Airports

Thinking of flying off on a European holiday, then why not choose to fly from one of Irelands several airports, located all over Ireland including Dublin, Shannon and Cork.  When deciding on an airport in Ireland then don’t rule out the convenience of Irelands West Airport, officially known as Ireland West Airport Knock, it is situated halfway between Galway and Sligo.  Easy to drive to, on the main N17 North – South road, and with good carparking facilities it’s a great choice.  If you do decide to take your car and park at any of the airports, you can expect a good discount compared to the gate price.  Catch one of the reasonably priced National bus services, provided by bus Eireann, who offer connections at Galway, Mayo, Donegal and Galway Sligo or take a fast train to Claremorris or Ballyhaunis.  It’s easy to hire a car at any of the airports and a number of internationally recognised companies provide a fantastic service.  From Budget to Avis, Hertz and Europcar the choice is yours, once in this beautiful Country, having landed safely at just one of the several Irish Airports you can drive off into the magnificent Countryside.  County Galway, the rocky roads of Connemara, the rushing river Corrib and the wilderness of the Aran islands.

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Travel hundreds of miles or stay close to Knock itself the beauty of Ireland will take your breath away.  Just an hour away is the cultural City of Galway, a labyrinthine of cobbled streets, full of colourful cafes, bars and shops.  A popular seaside destination with a long winding promenade and beautiful sandy beaches.   Several famous visitors have arrived and departed from Ireland West Airport, none more notable than The Pope himself!

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This gem of just one of several Airports in Ireland is competitive, closer than you think and conveniently located.  Decide to book online at just one of the websites available then try

Destinations from Ireland, include to Bosnia, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain and The United Kingdom and to different airports in each Country.  If you fly to Spain you can travel directly to Alicante, Barcelona, Cadiz, Lanzarote, Malaga, Tenerife and Palma Majorca.  Fly to or from The United Kingdom and your options include, Birmingham, Bristol, London’s three main airports, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Manchester.  Several well known and reasonably priced Airlines fly into and out of Ireland’s airports, including Ryanair, Flybe and Aer Lingus.

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