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Donegal Airport

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Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, Donegal, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)749548284
F: +353(0)749548483
E: info@donegalairport.ie

Fly Donegal to Dublin in 40 minutes. With twice daily direct flights to Dublin and onward connections world wide.

Fly Dublin to Donegal in 40 minutes with www.flybe.com . With twice daily direct flights to Donegal. Fly from Glasgow International to Donegal in 55 minutes flights operate four days per week with additional flights added at peak times. Convenient check-in. Tourist information. Cafe bar Carraigfhinne shop and newsagents. Enterprise Car Rental located in the main terminal

The link to Glasgow also provides new connections from Donegal on Loganair’s extensive network of UK and Highlands & Islands services, while their franchise agreement with Flybe also provides access to a wide range of connecting flights from Dublin and Glasgow through interline agreements with other airlines.

The inclusion of Donegal in the British Airways codeshare agreement through Dublin and Glasgow links the North West region on their worldwide network, as will the recently announcement new codeshare agreement with Aer Lingus which further enhances connectivity for Donegal and the region. The via Dublin connections is of particular interest to the London market and from 27th October 2014 a new link with London City Airport will commence with Flybe.

Donegal Airport is located at Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh on the west coast in the area of the Rosses/Gweedore. The airport is approximately 15 minutes drive from Dungloe and Gweedore, 40 minutes from Letterkenny and 1 hour from Donegal Town. The region is noted for its unspoiled natural scenery, its maritime environment, a significant fishing industry and inhabited islands. A coastline with safe, quiet, sandy beaches look out on timeless islands like Rathlin O'Beirne, Tory and Gola. Mountains like the white-faced Errigal stand over forest parks and fish-filled lakes and rivers. The region is rich in heritage and folklore, a land that contains a wealth of cultural strengths, a strong sense of its own identity and uniqueness all that is best in a rich Irish heritage in music, song and dance. But here, also is a land of stunning beauty.