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Shannon Airport is home to the world's first Duty Free Shop, created in 1947. For departing passengers, the terminal provides an extensive collection of tobacco products, food items, luxury goods, perfumes, confectionaries and essential travel accessories. There are currency exchange offices in the check-in area, customs hall and departures lounge, too, so you can stock up on Euros before picking up your Shannon Airport car rental. ATMs are conveniently located throughout the arrivals and departures courses and are all easily accessed by passengers.
Any questions that should arise during your time traveling through the Shannon Airport should be directed to staff members working at the airport's information desks, located in the arrivals hall. These employees will be able to provide you with Ireland travel information, specific airport information and address general travel related concerns. Attendants at these kiosks will speak English and can direct you towards the counter for your Shannon Airport car rental, in case you happen to get lost amongst all the wonderful shopping and dining opportunities!
In addition to rental cars, Auto Europe is now able to book hotels near Shannon Airport, Ireland, at discounted rates. There are a few choice hotels near the airport including Park Inn Shannon Airport, Bunratty Castle Hotel, Oak Wood Arms Hotel, Carrygerry Country House, Shannon Court Hotel and Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa. Contact Auto Europe anytime, 24/7 and toll-free at 1-888-223-5555, for more information on any of our premium travel services, from booking a Shannon Airport hotel to Ireland luxury car rentals.
Telephone: +353 61 712 000
Location: Shannon International Airport is located in Shannon, Ireland, approximately 15 miles from Limerick and 13 miles from Ennis.
Shannon Airport Authority DAC
Co Clare, Shannon, V14 EE06
IATA Code: SNN
IACO Code: EINN
General Information: Shannon Airport (Irish: Aerfort na Sionna) is one of Ireland's three primary airports, along with Dublin and Cork. In 2016, around 1.75 million passengers passed through the airport, making it the third-busiest airport in the country after Dublin and Cork. Shannon Airport is in Shannon, County Clare, and mainly serves Limerick, Ennis, Galway and the south-west of Ireland.