Knock Airport



    Ireland West Airport Knock will close tomorrow.

    Due to severe weather warnings in Ireland and the UK, Aer Lingus, Flybe and Ryanair have  cancelled all flights due to operate tomorrow, Friday.

    As a result, Knock Airport will remain closed tomorrow, and will reopen for full operation – weather permitting – on Saturday morning at 7am.

    For the latest information, passengers are advised to contact their airline.


  • Ryanair pilots are on strike this morning.

    The airline has cancelled 30 of 290 scheduled flights between Ireland and the UK - but has already alerted affected customers.

    The company says if customers have NOT received notifications - they should travel as normal to their departure airport.

    The strike action is not believed to be affecting any Ryanair flights at Ireland West Airport Knock.



  • The latest update from Ireland West Airport Knock – today’s flights are operating with the exception of the Aer Lingus Gatwick flight, which was cancelled earlier.

    There’s a delay on the Luton flight into Knock, but it is expected to operate.

    Looking ahead to tomorrow, due to severe weather conditions in both the Ireland and the UK, Ryanair and Aer Lingus have cancelled tomorrow’s flights into and out of Knock Airport.

    So the Aer Lingus flight to and from London Gatwick is cancelled again tomorrow, as well as the Ryanair flights to and from Liverpool, the morning and evening flights to and from Stansted, and the East Midlands and Luton flights.

    Airport management are currently awaiting information from Flybe in relation to their services tomorrow to and from Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham.

    Passengers who flights are cancelled have the option of applying for a refund or changing their flight for free.