Ireland West Airport Knock NOC serves the County of Mayo, West Ireland, and major cities and towns within a 90-minute drive from the Airport are: Castlebar, Ballina, Galway, Sligo, Donegal, Longford, Leitrim & Roscommon. The Airport is operated by Connaught Airport Development Co.Ltd.
NOC Airport is located 5.6 km southwest of Charleston, at the main motorway N17 North-South, between Galway and Sligo.
The Airport expects to have about 700,000 passengers by yearend 2016.
On July 1, 2016 Ireland West Airport welcomed its 10 millionth passenger!
With an estimated yearly passenger count of 680K, Ireland West Aiport is served domestic and international airlines offering direct flights to cities within Europe, with connections around the world, and by seasonal charters to popular vacation destinations.
The passenger terminal at Ireland West Airport had been recently revamped and expanded.
The ground level has at right side Arrivals faccities, including baggage claim, information counter, ATM, rental car counters, currency exchange , mail box, & outside cabs. At left is the check-in area with check-in desks & development fee dsk, a charter holiday desk, and access via security check to theBarr Na Cuige Bar, duy-free shops, internet iosks, travel value shop and the departure lounges.
The first level - reached either by staiway or elevator houses the Slainte Restaurant, and a bar & game area, as well as accessible /family restrooms, & a prayer room.
The 'Ireland West ExecutiveLounge' (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org - tel. (00353) 949368100 /111) is a pay-in lounge; and is also for priority pass holders. Stop by at the Information desk for lounge access.
Parking for short- & long-termis available in the outdoor lot across from the passenger terminal.
Present and future Airport developments:
- On July 1, 2016 the Airport received its 10 millionth passenger!
- During November & December Ireland West Airport received considerable funding for a new Visitor Discovery Center and for a new Visitor Discovery Center - and their regional branding sites.
Aer Lingus will operate in 2017 its flights to New York.