Old Terminal118 viewsThe old terminal which was far better than the new one is just lying there now. It would be great if they opened it as some sort of viewing gallery.jameszysull
EI-DVH Airbus A320-214 Aer Lingus146 viewsEI-DVH Airbus A320-214 Aer Lingus seen here on 12th March a few seconds after becoming airborne from runway 35 bound for Heathrow as the EI722 whilst in the bacground N500J, a Gulfstream IV, sits in the sun awaiting her passengers.Purple Taxi
A scene from 9th November, 2012 as resurfacing work continued on Taxiway Charlie.124 viewsPurple Taxi
Twilight view of Cork Airport from Slios Cross196 viewsTwilight view of Cork Airport from Slios Cross on Sunday 5th August, 2012. The image contains views of the Tailwind 737 backtracking 35 for takeoff to Izmir. In the background is Gulfstream IV N306TT parked on Stand 3 and just arrived Gulfstream V N614CM parked on Stand 2.Purple Taxi
Three smart Boeing 737s at Cork155 viewsThe welcome sight of the three unusual 737s parked alongside each other at Cork Airport. Transavia 737-8K2 PH-HSG from Lourdes; Air Explore 737-436 OM-CEX from Rome FCO with Italian students and Air Mistral 737-300QC EI-DVA from Rome FCO also with students.Purple Taxi
EI-DVK Airbus A320-214 Aer Lingus198 viewsEI-DVK Airbus A320-214 Aer Lingus as the EI883 from Malaga. It was a welcome surprise to see the airbridge on Cork Airport's Stand 9 move on to this flight. Let us hope many more EI flights do the same and give Cork's more infirm passengers the benefit of this available resource.Purple Taxi
Pastoral Scene from Cork Airport133 viewsWednesday, 2nd May, 2012 brought to Cork Airport the first warm and sunny day since March. The fine day also brought us this pastoral scene of some cattle taking a late afternoon constitutional after milking - not to mention the birds!Purple Taxi
Two tri-jets at Cork Airport172 viewsVT-CAP Falcon 900 and G-SVNX Falcon 7X - the unusual sight of two bizjet trijets parked up alongside each other on Cork's Stands 3 & 4.Purple Taxi
Oil - A picture says more than a thousand words!83 viewsTwo oil related items or traffic at Cork Airport in mid March, 2012. On the left is G-LGND of Loganair in the colours of Flybe and on the right the CHC Super Puma G-CHCH. Both aircraft are involved in the airlift of oil rig workers to the site of Cork and Ireland's first commerical oil well giving a yield of about 3600 barrels of oil per day!Purple Taxi
Spring scene at Cork Airport99 viewsThree milkers resting and chewing the cud at Cork Airport. Photo taken from the runway 17 end west of the extended centreline at a very dangerous spot along the main road between Lehenaghamore and Slish Cross. Two Aer Lingus A320s and a Ryanair 737 also resting up between flights in front of the new terminal.Purple Taxi
Post Christmas rush at Cork Airport133 viewsThree days after Christmas and the flight of our expats back to the UK & Europe begins with three Aer Lingus A320s, one Aer Arann/Aer Lingus Regional ATR-72 and two Ryanair 737s on the ground. Note the sole bizjet in the shape of a Netjets Cessna 560XL on the ramp. Can you spot her?Purple Taxi
Cork Tower covered in fog122 views20 mins before it was clear blue skiescorkspotter
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