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Cork is not as well linked to the rest of Europe as Dublin is. The city does however have useful links to some of Europe's larger airports through which you can connect to the rest of the world. Services include Ryanair routes to London/Stansted and several British and Polish airports. Aer Lingus offers links to some European hubs such as Amsterdam, London/Heathrow, Paris/CDG and Munich as well as some British airports like Bristol or Manchester. The remaining airlines offer mostly summer holiday destinations around the Mediterranean sea.

Bus lines 226 and 249 link Cork airport with the Bus station at Parnell Place with buses running at least every twenty minutes. Singe tickets or adults are available for 4,75 EUR and can be bought at the vending machine in front of th terminal building, close to the bus stop. Save some money with return tickets which are valid for up to a month (all as of 2013). Check the Bus Eirann site for further details. Citylink (http://www.citylink.ie) also has a service to Limerick and Galway running several times per day.

Mode: TO
othercontact: http://www.buseireann.ie
Type: Airplane
Website: http://www.corkairport.ie

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