The post-pandemic recovery is almost complete.
Cork Airport will welcome over 53,000 passengers this August bank holiday weekend, with Sunday, July 31st set to be the busiest day.
Total passenger traffic this weekend will represent an 88% recovery from the last comparable August Bank Holiday weekend, which was in 2019 when 60,000 passengers flew to and from Cork Airport.
With no queues, easy parking, and an all-’round pleasant travel experience guaranteed, it seems word is spreading about the benefits of flying from Cork.
“More recently, we have welcomed passengers from as far away as Galway, Mayo, Offaly, Laois, and Wexford who all availed of the extensive range of routes and award-winning customer service that can be found at Cork Airport,” said Cork Airport’s communications manager Barry Holland.
“Cork Airport is the best-connected airport in Munster, and we welcome both our loyal and dedicated passengers, along with first-time passengers to the south of Ireland’s busiest airport.”
If you’re flying this weekend, passengers are advised to arrive at least 90 minutes before their flight is due to board and to allow up to 30 minutes additional time for checking in a bag at the airport.