Fly from USA to Cork! Gateway to Irelands spectacular South West

By JohnWwt
Wednesday, 7th December 2016
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 Fly to Cork from Boston/Providence

New flights to Irelands second largest City and gateway to the the South have seen a great uptake. American visitors can step aboard a new Boeing 737-800 en route to Cork. The low cost airline is expected to deliver the flights at competitive price of around €300 return. flights from Cork will be ideal for those travelling to the states or for those flying into Cork on business or on vacation and flying time will be 6-7 hours. It is a boon for Cork and will open up huge tourism and business potential between the two cities. Cork airport managing director said it was “ a game changer’ for the southwest region”

Why fly to Cork?

Cork has the enviable position of being both at the start of the Wild Atlantic Way and Irelands Ancient East driving routes. Both routes are ideal for a private tour of Ireland with your own chauffeur guide.It is an ideal arrival point for tourists and a great base to explore the scenic southwest. For anyone touring Ireland it opens up flexible options as one can fly into Cork and return via Shannnon or Dublin. 

Cork airport is small, friendly and as stress free an airport as one can hope for. Literally minutes away is pretty Cork city and you are only 20 mins away from the beautiful historic harbor town of Kinsale.

There are great hotel options in Cork such as the River Lee hotel and the plush 5 star Hayfield manor which are both all within walking distance of the city centre and its sights - St Finbarrs cathedral and fhe famous English market while the Jameson distillery, Cobh along with iconic Blarney castle are within a 20 minutes drive from the city. Cork has many superb restaurants as well as a plethora of pubs and boutique shops and is a very walkable city.

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