Cork Airport

Health & Safety At Cork Airport

At Cork Airport, the health and safety of staff, customers and passengers is our top priority.

Cork Airport recognises its responsibilities to all staff and public including passengers, visitors and personnel from other companies operating at the Airport under the Safety Health & Welfare At Work Act 2005 and associated legislation compiled by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

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If you require more information, please feel free to reach out to us via email at: or by phone on: +353 21 431 3131 and a member of our team will be able to assist.

Aerodrome Manual Cork Airport

Cork Airport Aerodrome Manual

The Cork Airport Aerodrome Manual contains details of the characteristics, policies and procedures for the safe operation of the airport.

In this section you can request access or amendments to the Cork Airport Aerodrome Manual.

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Drones Cork Airport

Drone Use At Airports

In 2015 Incidents involving drones became a huge challenge on both arriving and departing aircraft from aerodromes across Europe. In response to this, Cork Airport with guidance from the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) took a leading role with a proactive approach to promoting a ‘No Drone Zone’ awareness campaign.

In this section find out more about this campaign and regulation around drones.

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