What are the facilities at Cork Airport
Cork Airport’s new terminal went into action in the summer of 2006, debuting a host of new facilities that are more than capable of catering to the 3 million passengers that pass through here every year. This is one of the top-three busiest airports in Ireland, and the importance of this modern terminal is obvious as soon as you step inside.
The Cork Airport information desk is located on the ground floor section of the arrivals area, but it’s easily accessible to departing passengers as well. As you enter the terminal, the desk is located to the right, between the Londis store and Cork Airport car rental desks. At the help desk, passengers can enquire about airport facilities, flight times and Cork-area attractions.
You can exchange currency for Euro on the other side of this great hall. The bureau de change is situated next to Eason book store. It is open Monday to Friday from 06:45 to 18:30, Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 to 18:30. Next-door is a Bank of Ireland branch for more involved transactions. It’s open Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 16:00 and closed at the weekend. The two ATMs dispense Euro at all hours. There is another ATM in the departures area near Boarding Gate 4.
Wireless broadband Internet broadcasts throughout the terminal. Enquire at the airport information desk for more information. If you don’t have a notebook or mobile device, you can make use of the Internet stations next to Easons book store.
Sometimes, passengers end up in the terminal with more time on their hands than they expected. There are a couple of on-site options in this scenario. The Hairport hair salon is in a separate building on airport grounds. There is also a Jack Lunch Departure Lounge to passengers up to three hours before their flight departs. The entrance fee can be paid at the lounge.