Cork Airport Transportation

Bus Éireann

Passengers can take the Bus Éireann route 226 and route 226A buses from Cork airport to Parnell Place Bus Station, which is the leading bus station for the city of Cork. Buses operate from 05:00 until 00:30 every day. The Bus Éireann routes 226 and 226A depart from Parnell Place Bus Station, run to Cork Airport, and then stop at the town of Kinsale. Bus route 252 operates only during the summer period. Concerning the bus route 225, it departs from ORK, every 30-minutes, and goes onto Ballygarvan, Ringaskiddy, Carrigaline, and Haulbowline. Customers can buy tickets onboard or from the ticket machine of Bus Éireann, outside the terminal.


Irish Rail or Iarnrod Eireann is the national train company of Ireland that operates trains to/from Kent Railway Station in Cork. Kent Station is situated on the Lower Glanmire Road, with a 10-minute walk from the central city bus station of Cork at Parnell Place. Besides, connections to all other major rail-linked cities throughout Ireland can be made right from Kent Railway Station.