Belfast Tourism flights into the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland (uk) are served by two airports namely George Best Belfast City Airport in the city, and Belfast International Airport 15 miles (24 km) west of the city.
Firstly the George Best Belfast City Airport www.belfastcityairport.com.
This is named after our famous legendary footballer, George Best and it is closer to the city centre -about 15 minutes, traffic permitting, (though at rush hour allow more time ). This airport offers UK domestic flights and European flights.
Belfast International Airport www.belfastairport.com offers domestic, European flights, International flights. Belfast International Airport arrivals are located north-west of the city really no more than 30 minutes at most from Belfast City Centre.
Belfast International airport arrivals make it the busiest airport in Northern Ireland and the second busiest airport on the island of Ireland in terms of passenger numbers after Dublin Airport, followed by George Best Airport, Cork and Shannon.
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Most British Airlines run regular flights from London to Belfast. Competition between airlines is steep. The no frills low cost carriers such as Easyjet offer very low prices. The best way to compare cheap flights to Belfast prices from London is online and many companies take a few pounds off if you book online.
Some of the better known airline are Easyjet, Flybe, British Airways, Aer Lingus.
There is a daily airbus service from Belfast International Airport into Belfast's Europa business centre (Mon-Sat every 30 mins, Sun every 30-60 minutes). From Belfast City Airport there is a regular train service as well as a regular Citybus. Car hire is also available at both airports if you prefer to go on your own steam.
Alternatively if you wish to grab a taxi from either airport just hail a cab as there are many sitting just outside the airport.