Getting to Ireland
Getting to Ireland has never been easier. Regional airports are expanding thanks to low cost carriers and the growing popularity of Ireland and its great outdoor activities.
- Shannon International Airport (1h 20 mins)
- Kerry Airport (2 h 30)
- Galway Airport (1 h 30)
- Dublin Aiport (3 h 30)
Airlines that service Shannon, Galway, Dublin and most other airports
- Aer Lingus
- Aer arann
- British Airways
- Air France
For a full list of carriers, please visit the respective websites of the airports you are thinking of or intending to travel to.
Shannon International Airport is closest to An Sibin riding centre (1 hour 20 min). It is only 20 minutes to Ennis and 30 minutes to Limerick.
Kerry Airport, Farranfore, is only 15 minutes from Killarney and the Ring of Kerry and 20 minutes from Tralee.
Dublin Airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Ireland. From Dublin Airport, bus links connect travellers from the airport with the train stations in Dublin city. From stations like Heuston, passengers can travel to Limerick by train or nationwide via bus or car.
Getting around Ireland
Public bus connections:
Travelling by Car
You can use the AA Ireland’s route planner to plan drives from airports or accommodation in advance and print off directions and journey times from their website at AA Ireland RoutePlanner