Cork Airport

Cork Airport Launches "Happy" Video In Aid Of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland

Jul 10, 2014

Video is part of Cork Airport’s ongoing commitment to improving the passenger experience and making people happy.

Cork Airport has launched an online video to raise awareness for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, one of the airport’s charities of the year 2014.

The video, which was shot at Cork Airport and features airport staff and passengers dancing to chart-topping hit, ‘Happy’, is part of Cork Airport’s ongoing commitment towards improving the passenger experience and bringing some happiness to their day.

The video follows Cork Airport’s recent win for Customer Service at the inaugural Aviation Industry Awards, sponsored by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).

The award is the second Customer Service accolade given to Cork Airport in the last year as Cork Airport placed first for overall customer satisfaction in a respected global survey of passengers carried out by Airport’s Council International (ACI). Cork Airport was ranked as the world’s best regional airport for customer service by both business and leisure travellers.

Cork Airport is urging people to share the video on social media and follow the link at the end of the video to make a donation to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland.

Cystic Fibrosis is Ireland's most common genetically inherited disease. With more than 1,100 Cystic Fibrosis patients, Ireland has the highest proportion of CF in the World. Approximately 1 in 19 Irish people are said to 'carry' one copy of the altered gene that causes Cystic Fibrosis.

The video can be viewed at

Produced by The Melted Lady -
Videography by Kryzstf  Zielenski and Magdalene Bee

Cork Airport is the international gateway to the south of Ireland. Welcoming over 6,000 passengers a day, and more than 11,000 passengers a day in peak season, it is the country’s second busiest airport after Dublin. More than 2.2 million passengers travel through the airport each year, flying to over 50 destinations across the UK and throughout continental Europe.