Belfast City (George Best) Airport services approaching 3 million passengers each year. The airport is conveniently situated in Belfast City centre, which has good travel options including by road and many places such as Bangor, Derry, Newry, Omagh and Dublin are within easy driving distance of the airport.
Belfast City Airport Car Hire
By using the booking form below, you can get a free quote or book your car directly with any of the car hire suppliers that service this airport. It’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Belfast City Airport car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and many more.
Travel Distances From Belfast
Belfast to Derry Via A6 – 73 miles
Belfast to Dublin Via A1 and M1 – 110 miles
Belfast to Omagh Via M1 – 73 miles
Belfast to Newry Via A1 – 43 miles
Belfast to Bangor Via A2 – 10 miles
Belfast to Coleraine Via M2 – 60 miles
Belfast (George Best) City Airport has a good selection of facilities for travellers to enjoy whilst at the airport.
Internet and WiFi Access
You get free unlimited access to Wi-Fi at at Belfast Airport. the access is on a 4 hour basis, once your 4 hours are up, you just need sign back in again to get another 4 hours of free use.
There aren’t may restaurants at Belfast, but of those they do have, you’ll be well fed. Visit O’Briens for sandwiches and toasties and a good selection of different soups and salads, and for those with a sweet tooth, try the pastries and cakes, they also offer gluten free options and have a gourmet coffee menu.
Harvest Market serve a selection of pizzas, along with burgers, lasagne, fish and chips, salads and the traditional Ulster Fry.
Coffee lovers are catered for at Costa and Espression Lavazza, they also serve a good selection of sandwiches, cakes, snacks, hot wraps and smoothies. If all you want to do it sit down and have a drop of the hard stuff, Bushmills is the place to go, they have a varied selection of blended and malt whiskies, along with international beers and spirits, I’m sure you’ll find your perfect tipple.
At Belfast you can book the Aspire Lounge, this gives you a nice place to get some work done in peace, or simply to relax as you look out over the airfield view before your flight. It’s available to both business and pleasure travellers and offers a choice of food and snacks, charging points for phones and laptops and free Wi-Fi access.
Also available is the British Airways Lounge, although this is only available to British Airways business passengers.
Surprisingly, there aren’t many stores at Belfast City Airport, you have Boots for any last minute essentials like sun creams, medications, toiletries or items for your baby if you’re travelling with young children. There’s House of Ireland for fashion and jewellery and they sell glass made by Waterford Crystal.
WH Smith supplies you with your newspapers, magazines and books as well as snacks and camera film, really, people still use cameras that require film? Apart from those, there’s only the World Duty Free store and Travelex for foreign currency exchange.