Kerry Airport Information

Kerry Airport Transport

Kerry Airport Transport

Kerry Airport is located immediately adjacent to the N23 motorway, which connects the N21 and N22 roads with Ireland's network of inter-provincial highways. For this reason it is an excellent destination for travellers with a mind to see the countryside by car.

By car

Kerry Airport car hire is the best way to discover the beauty of the surrounding countryside with maximum freedom. The N22 motorway runs north to Tralee (20 kilometres) and connects to the N86 with access to the Dingle Peninsula. In the opposite direction, the N22 runs south to Town Killarney (less than 15 kilometres), with the Killarney National Park and Iveragh Peninsula not much farther away.

The cities of Cork (100 kilometres to the south-east) and Limerick (95 kilometres to the north-east) are also within easy driving distance of the airport.

By bus

A bus terminal is located outside the Main Arrivals Hall. Coaches stopping here offer service to the bus stations at Tralee (25 minutes), Killarney (30 minutes), Limerick and Cork (1 hour, 35 minutes each). From these stations, the Bus Éireann company schedules regular service to various locations throughout the country.

By taxi 

Private cabs are available for hire outside the Main Arrivals Hall. Passengers should negotiate fares with the driver before departing. Kerry Airport's list of private taxi operators and their phone numbers is available here.

By train

The airport in County Kerry is the only one in the nation within walking distance of a train station. Located less than 2 kilometres away, the Farranfore Junction station has been in service since the mid-1800s. The Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail) routes with stops in Farranfore are Dublin-Tralee, Tralee-Cork, and Limerick-Ennis.


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