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Kerry Airport

Kerry Airport

Kerry Airport, also known as Farranfore Airport, is the main airport serving southern Ireland. The airport is primarily serviced by Aer Lingus and Ryanair, handling just under 500,000 passengers a year. Air links are available to Dublin, Frankfurt and London, while other destinations such as Alicante and Faro are available on a seasonal basis. The airport is equidistant from the cities of Cork and Limerick 100kms away.

Airport Facilities

Airport Facilities

The airport is small, with just one terminal building that offers only basic facilities for travellers. There is one gift shop in the Departures Area, as well as one restaurant and bar. There is a currency exchange kiosk and WiFi access for passengers. The airport offers both short- and long-term parking adjacent to the terminal building.

Car Hire Kerry Airport

Car Rental

From the airport, rail service is available from a train station that is 10 minutes away on foot. Bus services to Limerick, Killarney and Tralee are also available directly from the terminal, as is taxi service. Car hire in Kerry Airport is a convenient transportation option, with leading companies such as Budget, Avis and Europcar offering services in the long-term car park.



Driving is easy in Ireland, which has an excellent road and motorway network. The airport has direct access to the N23 and N22 motorways that run straight to Tralee and Killarney. Rural roads around here are mostly paved but are narrow and should be driven cautiously. Visitors should compare car hire here to get the best rates on advance reservations.

Things To See and Do

What to See and Do

Car rental in Kerry Airport is the ideal way to explore County Kerry’s beautiful countryside and coastal areas. A daytrip driving along the coastal MacGillycuddy Reeks is a must. Another area with rugged and beautiful coastline is the Dingle Peninsula, which boasts many attractions such as the Gallarus Oratory. For hikers and walkers, a day at the Gap of Dunloe is a must. This beautiful mountain pass ends at Auger Lake.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time to Visit

Most visitors do not come to Ireland for the weather. Kerry is located somewhat inland from the coast, so the weather here is not quite as windy. However, the city is known for its above average rainfall that can really dampen a holiday. Summer months average lows of 11˚C and highs of 23˚C, making this the preferred season for a visit.

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