Ireland West Airport Knock
About Ireland West Airport Knock
Ireland West Airport (IATA: NOC, ICAO: EIKN), officially known as Ireland West Airport Knock, is an international airport 5.6 km southwest of Charlestown, County Mayo, Ireland.
The village of Knock is 20 km away. The airport is near the N17 road, about halfway between Galway and Sligo. It is also close to the N5 Westport to Longford road.
Runway 09/27 is 2,300m in length.
For more information, visit the website of the Ireland West Airport at www.IrelandWestAirport.com or phone +353 94 9368100
Terminal at the Ireland West Airport Knock Terminal
Ireland West Airport Airliner Storage & Dismantling
An aircraft storage and dismantling facility operated by EirTrade Aviation is located at Ireland West Airport Knock. Projects include parts reclamation and scrapping of four Air France Airbus A380 airliners.
EirTrade has a wide range of business services and solutions, including aircraft storage & disassembly, end-of-life asset management, global engine/aircraft/parts trading, QEC management, asset evaluation and more. The company's clients include the world's leading airlines, leasing companies and MROs.
Airframe disassembly managed by or carried out by EirTrade has been accomplished for the following aircraft types: A380, A340, A330, A321, A320, A319, B777, B757, B737/3/4/5, MD83, and ATR72-212A.
Ex-Air France A380 F-HPJB (MSN 40, first fight 02/06/2009) arrived at Knock on February 20, 2020.
Airbus A380 disassembly at the West Airport Knock (Photos courtesy of Eirtrade)
End-of-life asset management is one of the services provided by Eirtrade (Photo courtesy of Eirtrade)
Interactive Map of the Ireland West Airport Knock Area
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