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Public Transport

Cork City has a modern bus system throughout the city and suburbs.

The city’s railway hub is based at Kent station towards the east end of the city giving access to the national and county network. There are two local lines serving the county: one for Cobh in east Cork and one serving Mallow, Charleville and Millstreet in north Cork. 

Kent Station

Cork Airport is accessible by public and private bus seven days a week with 
buses in both directions every 30 minutes from 5am until midnight

From Cork Airport you can reach Cork City centre, Parnell Place bus station and Kent railway station by travelling on Bus Éireann’s direct Air Coach service (route 226A). Bus and Coach connections are available at Parnell Place Bus Station to various towns and cities all across Ireland.

Route 226A   Cork Airport - Cork City Centre - Cork Kent Railway Station  
Route 226     Cork City Centre - Cork Airport - Kinsale

Airport Bus

The city's bus station is centrally located on Parnell Place with services running to almost every town and village in the county seven-days-a-week. Here you can also catch a bus to other cities. Most buses and trains now have free WIFI on board.

Private operators like Aircoach also run buses from Patrick's Quay on the opposite side of the river to Dublin/Dublin Airport and other cities. 

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