There are nine airports in Ireland:
- Dublin Airport
- Shannon Airport
- Cork Airport
- Donegal Airport
- Galway Airport
- Knock Airport
- Kerry Airport
- Sligo Airport
- Waterford Airport
There are three airports in Northern Ireland:
All airports service frequent, scheduled flights for your travelling group of golfers from the UK, Europe, USA and beyond. Many airports can receive private jets and helicopter transfers for golfers. Helicopters can land at most courses by pre-arrangement.
Our travel agency, McCurdy Hamilton Travel arranges your flights to suit your needs upon request. Golfing breaks in Ireland and Northern Ireland are serviced from the following airlines to the airports listed above (Multiple airlines may be required to arrive from your departing location):
|British Airways||United Airlines||Air Canada|
|FlyBe||Aer Lingus||Rak Airways|
|Norweigian||Air Baltic||Air Malta|
|Austrian Airlines||CityJet||CSA Czech Airlines|
|Lux Air||Air France||Swiss Air|
|S7 Airlines||Thomas Cook||Thomson|
Private Jets and Helicopters:
Golfers Private Jets can land at all airports in Ireland and Northern Ireland with prior arrangement. This allows you to travel at leisure and arrive at a time that is convenient to your schedule. Why not take advantage to utilise a helicopter service when travelling between golf courses or golf hotels within Ireland and Northern Ireland which can save a lot of time. A number of hotels have their own heli-pad enabling easy access to your golf accommodaition. TheGolfPA.com has connections with a number of helicopter companies and private jet companies and will look after any request you may have.
A number of options are avaialble to golfing groups travelling by ferry to Ireland. Stena Line offer ferries for golfers from Wales with routes from Holyhead to Dublin Port or Dun Laoghaire and from Fishguard to Rosslare.
P&O Ferries provide a ferry service for golfers travelling to Ireland from Liverpool in England to Dublin.
Brittany Ferries offer a ferry service from Roscoff in France to Cork.
Irish Ferries offer a ferry service from Holyhead in Wales to Dublin and from Pembroke in Wales to Rosslare. There are also routes into Ireland with Irish Ferries by taking either the Cherbourg to Rosslare route or the Roscoff to Rosslare route. Other ferries travelling to England from France or Holland allows golfers with cars to travel to Ireland as well as coach groups. These well connected ferry links to Ireland from France enable golfers with a car to travel from across Europe.
Excellent ferry links with P&O Ferries and Stena Line from England and Scotland allows golfers with cars travelling to Northern Ireland to arrive with relative ease. With departure locations in Cairnryan and Troon in Scotland and Liverpool in England, golfers have a number of options when wishing to bring their own vehicle.
Good roads and train networks to major centres will take you where you want to go with minimum fuss. By having these excellent services conveniently located allows golfers to travel to Ireland and Northern Ireland for as little as a few nights. TheGolfPA.com will arrange your rental car through our rental agent partners with preferred rates for golfers ensuring you have enough room for carriage of luggage and golf clubs.
Golfers should be aware that the currency used in Northern Ireland is Pounds Stirling (£GBP) and the currency used in the South of Ireland is Euro (€).