General information Belfast City Airport
Belfast City Airport is Belfast’s second largest airport after Belfast International Airport. The airport is located close to the city centre and is named after the footballer George Best, from Belfast. From this airport, you can reach a number of European destinations and fly with various airlines. In addition, the airport is easily accessible by both car and public transport. Approximately 5 million passengers a year use Belfast City Airport.
Airlines and destinations
Belfast City Airport has a small terminal from which you can fly to various destinations in Europe. The main airlines that fly to and from this airport are British Airways, Eastern Airways and KLM. You can also use flights from other airlines, including Aer Lingus and LoganAir.
Belfast City Airport’s destinations are exclusively in Europe. You can fly to and from Amsterdam with KLM and to London Heathrow with British Airways. Aer Lingus also flies to London Heathrow. Eastern Airways takes you to British destinations such as Southampton and Teesside. LoganAir brings you to a number of seasonal destinations in Scotland: Aberdeen from July, Inverness from August, and Glasgow and Dundee from September.
Also known as: George Best Belfast City Airport
Adress: Belfast BT3 9JH, United Kingdom
Passengers: 2.4m (2019)
Belfast City Airport Parking
You arrive at Belfast City Airport, you need a car rental:
Book a hotel near the airport or one for your stay:
Book a taxi
Book a taxi at Belfast City Airport. It is about 6 km (12 min.) to the city centre of Belfast. A normal price for a taxi is around £ 10.