Belfast International Airport is the main airport in Northern Ireland, over 4 million passengers land at or take off from here each year. There’s good travel options and good road access to many places including Omagh, Derry, Bangor, Newry and in to the Republic of Ireland to Dublin.
Belfast International 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 International 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
At Belfast International Airport you can make use of the facilities whilst you wait for your flight.
Wi-Fi and Internet Access
At Belfast you get 2 hours of free Wi-Fi access in the departures lounge area, and in other parts of the airport you have to pay for any internet access.
You can get a good variety of food at Belfast, The Lagan Bar & Restaurant serves a wide selection of meals including ciabattas with numerous fillings like sweet chilli chicken, then there’s the usuals like burgers and chips and main meals such as cannelloni and chicken peri-peri, or good old bangers and mash, along with a selection of beers, wines and spirits. They also have a kids menu to keep younger members of the family happy.
Burger King have an outlet there which is handy if you just want something quick to eat whilst on the way to catch your flight. Fed and Watered serve local meals and snacks, as well as wines and other drinks, their restaurant has views over the airfield.
The Strangford Grill serve hot and cold food, a variety of sandwiches and baguettes, snacks, cakes and hot and cold drinks. For coffee lovers, there’s Starbucks and Caffé Ritazza who offer a good selection of speciality coffees, home baked goods and sandwiches made to order.
Belfast International Airport has the Business Lounge that can be booked, it’s available to both business and pleasure travellers, and can be used for a maximum of 2 hours before your flight. it gives you time to chill out in a relaxed atmosphere or maybe you want to get some work prepared for a meeting when you reach your destination. As part of your booking, you get fresh snacks and drinks and free internet access, the Lounge is open daily from 5:30am – 9:15pm
Like Belfast City Airport, there isn’t a great deal of stores at Belfast International Airport, all they have is, Traveller, where you can buy clothes, shoes and accessories. Superdrug for items such as medications, toiletries, sun cream or baby essentials etc. WH Smith for newspapers, magazines and books, and Aelia Duty Free for anything and everything from perfume to clothing, spirits to jewellery and bags to cosmetics.