Cheap Flights from London to Ireland West Airport Knock
Flight information London to Ireland West Airport Knock
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Average flight time, total distance 402 miles
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Ireland West Airport Knock
This information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from London to Knock
Ryanair fly to Knock from London-Stansted and London-Luton. Aer Lingus and British Airways fly to Knock from London-Gatwick.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
From Gatwick: flights to Knock depart from the south terminal. The terminal is huge, with lots of shops and places to eat. Restaurants and cafes include Nandos, Apostrophe, The Grain Store, Giraffe, Caffe Nero and Pret a Manger. Shops include fashion brands like Fatface, Kurt Geiger and Jo Malone. There's a No.1 Lounge in the south terminal as well as some Regus Express work pods, if you need to get a bit of work done before you fly.
From Luton: Luton Airport only has one terminal. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the departure lounge. Shops at the airport include Aelia Duty Free, Kurt Geiger, MAC Cosmetics, and WH Smith. Dining options include quick and easy treats like Krispy Kreme, Starbucks and Pret a Manger. For a bit of added luxury you can check into the Aspire lounge, which is located upstairs.
From Stansted: Stansted Airport has one terminal. There are lots of shops and restaurants in the central concourse. There's a champagne bar, a sushi restaurant and a James Martin Kitchen. Shops include The Body Shop, Hamley's and World Duty Free. There's an Escape Lounge at Stansted Airport if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Car hire from Knock Airport is a popular choice. Ireland's roads are often quiet and there are lots of beautiful things to see during a road trip around County Mayo. If you're staying in a rural location then a car is an absolute must. Alternatively Bus Eireann buses run from the airport to Galway, Sligo, Donegal and Mayo. There's also a taxi rank at the airport: ask for a quote before hopping in to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
You don't need a passport to fly from London to Knock as both cities are within the Common Travel Area. While Aer Lingus accepts other forms of photographic identification (such as driving licenses), Ryanair only accepts passports on international routes. We recommend bringing your passport anyway, to be on the safe side.
What to expect in Knock
Knock is the gateway to County Mayo. Remember to visit the bureau de change before travelling: Ireland uses the Euro (€). Knock is home to a famous shrine, and is a popular destination with Catholic pilgrims. There are lots of shops and stalls selling religious souvenirs.
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