Galway Airport is located 5 miles north of Galway City, in Carnmore, County Galway. Passengers should be warned that the airport charges a ?Development Fee? of ?10 to all passengers aged 12 years and older. The main airline at Galway is Aer Arann, who offer routes to and from London and Dublin.
If you would like to enjoy the delights of Galway and the Irish countryside then it?s recommended that you get a hire car. This will make your trips much simpler and avoid the need for public transport. Here at AnyCarHire.com we compare all the hire companies at Galway to find you the best deals on any car that you might want. This is done by entering your arrival and departure dates and your age and once you?ve submitted these details we will have found you a hire car at the best possible price.
The hire companies available at Galway are as follows: Hertz, Avis and Budget Car Hire. All of their desks can be found on the left after you have entered the Terminal Building. Once you have been given your car keys the rental company employees will show you to your vehicle.
If you are coming from Galway then head south-east on Eglinton Street towards Williamsgate Street. Take the 1st left onto Williamsgate and continue onto Bohermore, past Prospect Hill. At Joyce Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Tuam Road and take the 3rd exit at Font Roundabout onto the N6 heading to N18/Dublin. Go through 1 roundabout and take the 1st exit at Lynch Roundabout onto the R339. Follow the R339 before turning right onto W Carnmore and you will be at the airport.
If you want to give Galway Airport some feedback then you can fill out their online feedback form at www.galwayairport.com/legal/Contact_Us/5. Alternatively if you would prefer to e-mail them then you can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like a more direct conversation with them then you can call 091755569 (from inside Ireland) or +35391755569 (from outside Ireland).
Address :Galway Airport
At Galway number of festivals are held throughout the year some of them are as follows. Galway Art Festival, Galway Races, Galway Oyster Festival, Clarenbridge Oyster Festival and Salthill Air Show.