Belfast Airport (BFS)

Airport Overview:

The Belfast International Airport has been in the same location since 1917. It was previously used as a training facility for the Royal Flying Corps during World War I. The International Airport is the larger of the two Belfast Airports. Nearly 5.3 million passengers traveled through BFS in 2008. The airport operates 24 hours a day. 365 days a year and serves as a hub for Aer Lingus and easyJet. There is one terminal in this airport. 


Discount car rentals from the Belfast Airport as well as downtown locations are available through 1-800-Fly-Europe.

Discounted rates are also offered on Belfast airport transfer and chauffeur services.

Taxi services are available 24 hours a day outside the terminal.

Regular bus service is available from the front of the terminal building to Belfast, Lisburn and Londonderry.

Airport Hotels:

The Dunadry Hotel is located approximately 3 miles from the Belfast Airport.

1-800-Fly-Europe also offers discounted rates on hotels in all areas of Belfast as well as throughout Europe.

Information Desks:

In the Arrivals hall of Belfast International Airport is where the airport information desk is located. 

Airport Facilities:

Eating and Drinking: There are restaurants in the food court, bars and cafes are located in the Departures area.

Shopping: Gift shops, Duty free shops and newsstands are located throughout the airport.

Money: Several ATMs are located in the terminal building as well as a bureau de change.

Other: Baby changing stations, children's play area, and a travel agency can be found in Belfast International Airport.


Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9448 4848

Belfast International Airport
BT29 4AB

Airport Location: The Belfast International Airport is located approximately 18 miles northwest of central Belfast.

Belfast, N. Ireland Flights
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