Unfortunately, Galway Airport is closed to commercial traffic and only operates currently for the Galway flying club.
Connemara Airport is located at Inverin, in the Connemara region 28 km west Galway City. It is also known as Spiddal Airport or Minna Airport. Aer Arann Islands, a division of Aer Arann, operates from the airport with regular flights to the Aran Islands of Inis Mór, Inis Meáin and Inis Oírr.
Dublin Airport is an international airport and is located in Dublin, the capital of Ireland, some 215km east of Galway City. The airport has an extensive short and medium haul flights network throughout Europe along with an array of intercontinental routes focused in the Middle East and North America, served by a variety of airlines, many with connecting flights serving further a field. United States border pre-clearance services are available at the airport for US-bound passengers. For a list of airlines which fly into Dublin Airport, visit the Dublin Airport website below for more information.
Shannon Airport is one of Ireland’s three primary airports, along with Dublin and Cork and is located in Shannon in County Limerick, some 85km south of Galway City. Shannon Airport mainly serves Limerick, Clare, Galway and the south-west of Ireland. Similar to Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport also offers United States border pre-clearance services to passengers who are US-bound. For a list of flights to Shannon Airport, visit the Shannon Airport website below for more information.
Ireland West Airport Knock
Ireland West Airport Knock is a regional airport located in county Mayo, some 89km North of Galway City. It was previously known as Knock International Airport, Connaught Regional Airport, and Horan International Airport. The airport has an ever building short and medium haul flights network throughout Europe, often serviced by low cost airlines. For a list of flights to Ireland West Airport Knock, visit the Ireland West Airport Knock Airport website below for more information.