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PROMOTION Cork Airport Cork Airport facts


8km from the city centre 


Q&A


Brian Gallagher Head of Aviation Business Development


Which airlines and routes have you been targeting? Cork Airport recognises the need for sustainable and commercially viable growth of our route network. Future growth from Cork will arise from our existing airline customers as much as prospective carriers, and it remains imperative for all of our airline partners to know that they are treated equally at Cork Airport. As Ireland’s second-largest airport after Dublin, with 2.4 million passengers in 2018, Europe remains the top target area for growth. The continent still has several capital cities with signifi cant demand for a direct connection to Cork, while there are a number of Eastern Europe destinations that were served prior to the downturn that we now wish to reinstate. This is in addition to further expanding our sun destinations in Spain, Portugal and across the Mediterranean. Going west, increasing our transatlantic


connectivity remains Cork Airport’s strategic objective and we remain focused on expanding this following our fi rst transatlantic launch in 2017.


What incentives and support do you offer your airline customers? A generous range of route support schemes lasting three to fi ve years with discounting of up to 100% of airport charges from year one. We also offer additional capacity incentives and marketing


support schemes. All our schemes are published on the corkairport.com website. Awareness of our route network is also fundamental to our growth, and we continually campaign across digital, social, radio, print and outdoor platforms to push the message of new and existing airlines and routes operating from Cork Airport. Our marketing teams also share their insight into the most appropriate activity for our customer airlines in the Cork Airport market and we work closely together to shape activity to specifi c needs and target audiences.


What is the main draw to operating out of your airport?


A healthy mix of Irish outbound and inbound tourism demand, 56% to 44% respectively in 2018 and improving each year, with a growing and prosperous population in the Cork region. Cork Airport also serves as a gateway to both the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East, home to many of the country’s key historical sites, catering to all types of visitors – adventurous, culturally-curious and nature-lovers alike. Cork City, situated just 8km from the


airport, is Ireland’s second largest city in both population and economic value and serves as an important centre for pharmaceutical and ICT multinationals, in addition to its life as a vibrant and busy city, catering to short and extended breaks for visitors young and old.


Capacity for four million passengers per annum 


28 check-in desks 


8 gates 


18 aircraft parking stands 


Swissport’s recently opened ASPIRE Lounge, including “Best of Irish” additions with locally sourced food and drink 


Operational 24/7, 364 days of the year 


2,133-metre runway 


Named Ireland’s most punctual airport by OAG, with an average OTP of 80% in 2018


Top unserved routes:


Rome Geneva Berlin Brussels Frankfurt New York Toronto Washington DC


Contacts


Brian Gallagher Head of Aviation Business Development T: + 353 87 134 7589 brian.gallagher@ corkairport.com


Elaine McElligott Business Development Specialist elaine.mcelligott@ corkairport.com


Ancient East ISSUE 2 ROUTES NEWS 2019 routesonline.com


Cindy Hugon-Duprat Aviation Marketing Analyst cindy.hugon-duprat@ corkairport.com

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