At Kerry Airport we are committed to continuous route development, to provide direct access into Kerry for visitors worldwide. For the first six months of 2019 Kerry Airport welcomed 171,140 passengers, representing a 2% growth for the same period in 2018. With daily access to Dublin Airport with Aer Lingus Regional, passengers can connect worldwide from Kerry Airport.
Kerry Airport is situated in the South West of Ireland, and after Dublin (capital) this region is the most visited for holidaymakers in Ireland, as noted by Failte Ireland, the region attracts 26% of all holiday makers after Dublin, which attracts 37%. However, it is widely recognised that many visitors spend a relatively short time in Dublin.
Kerry is a leader in tourism with 1.3 million overseas visitors spending €337 million in the county in 2017, and in the same year Kerry accounted for 14% of overseas visitors to Ireland. Currently 27% of all U.K. visitors to Ireland will stay in the South West region. In 2017 32% of French visitors to Ireland visited Kerry and in the same year 27% of all Italian visitors to Ireland visited the county (source – Tourism Ireland).
Why Kerry Airport?
Kerry is Ireland’s premier tourist destination, welcoming over 1.3 million visitors annually.
We at Kerry Airport are unique in our “can do” attitude and our stakeholders are heavily invested working in a partnership to attract and secure business, extend a warm welcome and wow visitors to our very special part of Ireland.
Our expert team will work directly with you on all co-operative marketing to reach all audiences both in Ireland and in destination marketing overseas.
We have an enviable position along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way with world renowned iconic visitor attractions to match the motivations of the Culturally Curious, Great Escapers and Social Energisers.