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> Is West Ireland Airport open at night?
post Jul 9 2010, 07:09 AM
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Is Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC) open at night?
Or do I have to book a hotel room?
I can't find any information on the website

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post Jul 9 2010, 06:47 PM
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Im pretty sure there is some form of security there full time, but i think the doors are probably locked at a certain time, get in before the doors are locked and im sure there wont be too much fuss. Last flight in the previous night should give you an idea when to be in by. If not someone will offer you a lift somewhere for the night. Knock isnt a big place, chance it first and if not head to the nearest hotel, it wont be booked out.
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