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Kerry Airport

Kerry Airport is a regional airport centrally located in the heart of County Kerry in the spectacular southwest of Ireland. Kerry Airport, often called Farranfore Airport, is an Airport in Farranfore, County Kerry, Ireland. It is 13 km north of Killarney and the Ring of Kerry, and 15 km south-east of the county's capital Tralee.

Kerry Airport currently offers scheduled direct flights to Dublin, London-Stansted, London-Luton and Frankfurt-Hahn with additional flights to Alicante & Faro during the Summer months.

As well as these scheduled services, it also handles several Ad-Hoc charter flights to Lourdes, Fatima and Medjugorje.

With daily access to Dublin Airport with Aer Lingus Regional, passengers can connect worldwide from Kerry Airport. Ryan Air services most flights to the UK, Germany, Spain and Portugal.

The Airport is constantly sourcing new routes that will be sustainable and of social and economic benefit to those living, working and holidaying in the region of Kerry.

As well as scheduled flights, Kerry Airport also caters for Private Aircraft, Corporate Jet and Helicopters. The Airport has a 2,000-metre x 45 metre runway allowing it to cater for even the most exclusive jets. Helicopter transfers can be catered for on request.

The Airport has a fully licensed bar and restaurant for you to relax in ahead of your flight. The bar provides a wide variety of beers, spirits and wines. The restaurant offers an excellent selection of hot and cold meals, snacks, teas, coffees and soft drinks. And there is also a small gift shop located in the departure lounge. The usual service you would expect at an airport are available, such as WIFI and Bureau de Change. Long term and short term car park on site. Taxi’s available from outside the terminal. And Farranfore train station is only a 1km walk down the road.

Kerry Airport

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