Belfast Airport Guide

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Getting there by Car / Taxi

Belfast International Airport is situated just 18 miles north-west of Belfast and is easily accessed via a network of main roads and motorways. Take the M2 northbound, turn off at junction 5 and take the A57 for 7 miles until you reach the airport.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

From Antrim, the Antrim Airlink runs Monday to Friday from the airport terminal to Antrim bus and rail station for connecting services. From Belfast, the Airbus service runs between the airport and Belfast city centre every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday and at 30 or 60 minute intervals on Sunday. From the airport the bus runs to Templepatrick, then Glengall street bus station. Going to the airport, passengers should board at Europa Bus Centre. AIRporter runs a direct coach to Derry/Londonderry every 2 hours.

Getting there by Train

Services to/from Belfast, Lisburn and Londonderry operate from the nearby town of Antrim, just six miles from Belfast International Airport. Passengers travelling to Dublin can connect with the high speed Enterprise train, which departs from Belfast central station. Northern Ireland Railways are operated by Translink.