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Flights to Waterford

Flights to delightful Waterford take passengers to Cork Airport, which is the nearest airport to Waterford itself. Cork Airport has ultra modern facilities, and there are convenient train links to Waterford available from here.

Which is the main airport in Waterford?

Waterford doesn't have its own airport. The nearest airport is Cork Airport, which is some 65 miles away. Bus links are available, with the journey taking about three hours. Taxis are available, too, with a journey time of about two hours to Waterford. Cork Airport is a modern airport, the second largest in Ireland, with plentiful facilities.

Which airlines offer flights to Waterford?

There are no direct flights to Waterford itself, since the city has no airport. There is, however, a wide selection of direct flights to Cork Airport, about 65 miles away. Ryanair and Aer Lingus both offer direct flights to Cork. Among airlines offering indirect flights are British Airways, Air France, KLM and Swiss. Taxis are available at Cork Airport for the journey to Waterford and trains are also available.

Why travel by plane to Waterford?

Travelling to Cork Airport for a transfer to Waterford means that passengers coming from the UK have a swift and quick way to get across the Irish Sea. Cork Airport's modern, efficient facilities make arrivals a simple matter, and there are direct train links available as well as taxi services to Waterford, making the onward journey from the airport easy to plan.

Before you travel to Waterford by plane - good to know!

Waterford is world famous for its crystal ware – and for good reason: it's exquisite. All crystal is hand cut and hand blown at a new facility in the centre of the city. Fascinating hour-long tours are available to watch the craftsmen at work and there is, of course, an opportunity to buy their work. There's more to Waterford than its crystal, however. This city's location on the River Suir made it into one of the most important European ports in medieval times. The city's Medieval Museum is a perfect and vivid introduction to this intriguing history, while the city's street pattern reflects the various medieval villages that make up modern Waterford. This layout makes walking by far the easiest way of getting around. Among many other attractions, there's one that stands out. The stern facade of the Georgian Bishop’s Palace conceals spectacular interiors including the oldest surviving piece of Waterford crystal.

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