Our terminal is temporarily closed, with all scheduled flights to and from the Airport suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Aerodrome remains open to support vital services such as the Cornwall Air Ambulance, HM Coastguard Search and Rescue, Military operations, business aviation, charters and aircraft storage. Our social media channels are currently not being monitored, if you would like to speak to someone at the Airport please email our information desk at [email protected], or call 01637 860 600.
For information on when our routes are currently expected to recommence, please click here.
No scheduled flights are operating during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We're sorry but there appears to be a problem with the live feed. Please contact the airport on 01637 860 600 for up-to-date flight information.
Discover "the Rebel city", Ireland's second capital.
Please note that due to the COVID-19 outbreak, flights between Cork and Newquay with Aer Lingus have been suspended for 2020.
Steeped in history, Cork is often referred to as ‘the Rebel city’ a tag originating from its support for the house of York during the English 15th century ‘War of the Roses’. Stroll down cobbled streets and take in Cork’s distinctive architecture, or visit Blarney Castle, kiss The Stone and receive the gift of silver tongued eloquence (according to legend!).
On top of being nominated European Capital of Culture in 2005 Cork has now been declared one of the top ten cities in the World to visit by the Lonely Planet Travel Guide.
Fly direct from Newquay to Cork with Aer Lingus between May and October.