Here’s the full list of all the flights on Cork Airport’s 2023 Summer Schedule
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Cork Airport has officially launched its 2023 Summer Schedule, which includes 1.2 million seats across 44 scheduled routes, operated by eight airlines.
With over 2.5 million passengers forecasted to travel through the busiest airport in the south of Ireland this year, the summer flights will run until October 29th, 2023.
Ryanair will be operating its largest ever summer schedule at Cork Airport, with 29 routes to choose from. Of these, five are new summer routes – with twice-weekly services to Seville, La Rochelle, Venice Treviso and Rome Fiumicino along with a three-times weekly service to East Midlands.
Our 2023 Summer Schedule got off to a flying start today ☀️⛱️
Earlier, we welcomed back @Ryanair services to Girona, Reus and Bordeaux, @AerLingus service to Faro and @airfrance service to Paris CDG.
View our full list of summer routes on https://t.co/5VmQb9TR4n#LoveTakingOff pic.twitter.com/B0FTrhmQkT
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) March 26, 2023
Ryanair will also operate increased frequencies on 11 routes this summer – London Stansted, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Lanzarote, Malaga, Faro, Alicante, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona Reus, and Bordeaux.
Aer Lingus has resumed services to Faro and Malaga and a daily service to Malaga and a six-times weekly service to Faro will be added in the months of July and August.
Here’s the full list of routes operated as part of the Cork Airport 2023 Summer Schedule:
Services to Dubrovnik and Palma de Mallorca will recommence in May and last Sunday, Cork Airport welcomed the eagerly anticipated return of Air France, operating a daily service to Paris Charles de Gaulle, providing direct air access to the French capital and superb onward connectivity across the wider Air France global network.