Derry Airport Car Hire

Derry Airport Car Hire

Derry Airport is just a short 7 mile drive from Derry City centre in Northern Ireland. It has good travel and road links for travel to Belfast, Omagh and Coleraine, and is only a few miles away from the Republic of Ireland border where you can travel in to Donegal.

Derry 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 Derry 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 Derry

Derry to Belfast Via A6 – 70 miles
Derry to Coleraine Via Windyhill Rd and A2 – 22 miles
Derry to Omagh Via Victoria Rd and A5 – 41 miles
Derry to Ballymena Via A2 – 42 miles
Derry to Strabane Via Victoria Rd – 22 miles
Derry to Letterkenny Via N13 – 30 miles

Airport Facilities

Derry Airport facilities for restaurants and shopping are very limited.

Internet and Wi-Fi Access

Derry Airport provides passengers with free Wi-Fi access across the airport.

Restaurants

There’s only one place to eat at Derry, and that at the Fed and Watered Restaurant, although it’s the only place you can eat at, you’ll more than likely be satisfied with the food they have on offer. They serve full breakfasts, full meals, burgers, pizza, toasties and soups, along with a range of fresh snacks and pastries.

Airport Lounges

You can book the Amelia Earhart Lounge at Derry Airport, it’s perfect for relaxing in before your flight, or for doing some work on your laptop in quiet surroundings. Included in your booking is free Wi-Fi access, Freeview TV, drinks, snacks, newspapers and magazines, children aged under 12 are not allowed in the Lounge, children aged 12 and above, but under 18, have to be accompanied by an adult.

Shopping

All they have at Derry Airport is a WH Smith, at least you’ll be alright for newspapers, magazines, books, snacks and a cold soft drink.