Knock Airport is a relatively quiet facility, and much of the traffic passing through is strictly regional. However, there are seasonal and charter flights on hand as well as the possibility for occasional surges of pilgrims coming to pay respect to the shrine.
The busiest carrier at Ireland West Airport Knock is Ryanair, with several regularly scheduled and seasonal routes on offer. Ryanair is backed by a few other airlines with more limited offerings.
These are the airlines offering regularly scheduled flights out of Knock Airport:
Ireland’s national carrier is relatively quiet at Knock Airport. One regular route to London-Gatwick is on offer.
This British low-cost airline operates a year-round route to Birmingham.
Flybe connects to Edinburgh, Manchester and Leeds, with another route to Sumburgh operated by Loganair.
Lufthansa offers a seasonal summer flight to Düsseldorf, but the actual flights are conducted by Eurowings.
One of the continent’s most successful low-cost carriers, Ryanair was founded in Ireland and now offers service to London, East Midlands, Liverpool, Paris, Frankfurt, Lanzarote and Tenerife. These regularly scheduled routes are backed by a roster of seasonal connections.