Closed To All Traffic Other Than Galway Flying Club


Airport Closed

Galway Airport is closed to Commercial Traffic other than the Galway Flying Club. Galway Airport, EICM, is not currently licensed by the IAA. Operations are restricted to Galway Flying Club only. Galway traffic on Channel 122.500 used by Local Aircraft for information only. Navaids are not in service and fuel is not available.

Flying In Galway

The Galway Flying Club, resident at Galway Airport, is a successful and vibrant voluntary club that provides excellent facilities for its members and encourages the next generation of enthusiasts to take up aeroplane flying as a leisure activity.

Open For Aviation Traffic

Dublin Weston airport is situated just 8 miles (13km) from Dublin City centre with easy access to all of Dublin’s motorways. The Airport, under new ownership, specialises in delivering the travel needs of the executive traveller to Dublin. It is also Ireland’s epicenter for flight training with five fixed and rotary wing training schools based at the Airport.
The Conneely Group acquired the equipment at Galway Airport when the local authorities acquired the lands and buildings in 2014. Carnmore Aviation Ltd, a Conneely Group company, operated flights at the airport up to 2016 under license from the local authority. Weston Airport in Dublin is operated by the Conneely Group. More details can be found on that facility by clicking on the link above. Galway airport is owned by the Galway City Council and Galway County Council. They can be contacted via email at and respectively. The local authorities are interested in viable opportunities for the airport site.
For general queries about opportunities at airport site, contact local authority.