Flights from Cork to Barcelona
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Flight information Cork to Barcelona
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Average flight time, total distance 1422 kilometres
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Cork to Barcelona
There are no direct flights from Cork to Barcelona, however you will be able to catch a connecting flight with British Airways, or with KLM. Some of these airlines partner with Aer Lingus, whereas some partner with Ryanair. Your stop over may be in Dublin, or somewhere else in Europe – likely to be London.
Terminal Information - Departing
Cork Airport only has one terminal, so it’s easy to navigate regardless of whom you’re flying with. There is a restaurant on both airside and the departure side of Cork Airport, as well as a bar on the airside.
If you need to do some work, you might want to use the Jack Lynch Lounge in Cork Airport. You can spend an unlimited amount of time in here for €25. However, there is free Wifi and power points available in the waiting rooms too.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Barcelona Airport services the city of Barcelona, and the rest of the region. They operate many international and domestic flights from this airport, and occasionally, it can get quite busy. That said, the exit process from Barcelona is usually quite smooth. The airport is well sign posted and easy to walk around. There are a few shops and restaurants as you walk through to the exit of the airport, as well as the public transport links. You can also connect to the free Wifi whilst you wait for the next leg of your journey.
You can get an airport bus, regular bus, train or taxi to the city from the Airport. The Aerobus is the easiest way to get to Barcelona – it costs around €6 per person, and takes 30 minutes. You can also buy a return for €11, which last a whole month. You will need cash to pay for this ticket.
To get to the regular train, you’ll need to head to Terminal 2 for the R2 Nord. There is a free Shuttle Bus between the 2 terminals, and the fare to Barcelona costs €4.10. You could also buy a T10 card for €9.95, which will allow you 10 journeys in Barcelona.
Alternatively, you can catch the bus using the same T10 card, or pay the singular fare of €2.10. This usually takes around 25 minutes, but will take longer with traffic.
A taxi from the airport to Barcelona costs €30, and takes 20 minutes. This is the best way to go if you want to head somewhere slightly off the beaten track.
There are also public transport links to Sabadell and Manresa from Barcelona.
Barcelona is part of Spain, and they use the Euro – so you won’t need to exchange cash before you arrive.
You should arrive at Dublin Airport 2 hours prior to your flight, to ensure there’s enough time to move through security.
What to expect in Barcelona
Barcelona is a beautiful, modern city, lined with a white sandy beach. However, it’s also an expensive city to visit. The entire city is broken into different barrios, with the most expensive and touristy lying around the coast, the centre and the Sagrada de Familia. The city is well connected with public transport links, and you can walk between many of the main attractions.
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