12 reviews of Belfast City Airport in English
This airport is tiny! The departure lounge is so boring. There is literally one bar, one restaurant, one cafe and a WH Smiths. Oh and one of those duty free shops you get in every airport. If you're travelling alone this can be quite dull, especially if your flight gets delayed. Generally the bar and restaurant fill up very quickly mid-week so you can end up just sitting on a bench with your book for ages.
I flew in and out of here with Flybe and couldn't be more pleased with the whole experience. This is surely the best airport for the city because it is so close (a very short and inexpensive bus ride away - £2 single, £3 return every 20 minutes). The thing that impressed me the most was how clean it was - it was really shining and gleaming everywhere!! The staff are helpful and friendly and nothing is too much trouble for them. There's a great tourist outlet where you can pick up a free map and lots of information to help with your visit; a tempting Costa Coffee (with extra seating upstairs) and a small but useful branch of WH Smith.
So very handy for Belfast trips. It is not big but is perfectly formed with one central security check in, a small departure lounge and only a few shops. What a joy to not be greeted with signs declaring a 15 minute walk to a gate.
It services several airlines. I was on flybe which was good. I blame my 20min delay on a previous Qyper for claiming flights are never late. ;-)
This airport is fairly small compaired to other major english airports and even belfast international but its very efficient. Its very modern and has everything needed from an airport. plenty of routes available from here and flybre and ryanair both budget airlines that fly from here.
This airport is quite small compared to the Belfast international airport but it does provide a route to a lot of airports in England and around Europe. Flybe especially is a really good airline to get if your flying from here to the North West of England, as it is a budget airline. The airport is really modern and is closer to the city centre than the international aiport for any party revellers looking to get to the pubs and clubs as soon as possible. There are also good transport links from here to the city with a cheap bus servie running into the heart of the city. There is also a lot of taxis available that can bring you any where you like and are really friendly.
Belfast City airport is located a few miles to the north west of Belfast City Centre. Ryanair, Bmi, Flybe, and Manx2 fly from the airport, offering flights to the UK. The airport is much easier to reach that bElfast International Airport which is located at Aldergrove, some distance away west of Belfast City Centre. Belfast City airport has to be one of the quickest security controls ive been through, and all of the flights are on-time, as the airport is un-congested, and the flights on offer thanks to low cost budget carrier is no more than a few pounds sometimes if you fly with Ryanair, which has established links accross the UK.
cool airport, great for cheap flights to europe or the mainland, via ryanair or easyjet, though don’t expect much in the way of shopping, its made for buisness users, and only has the essentials, magazine shop and bathrooms … if you have a laptop take a look about in the waiting room, theres plugs for charging about, and its quite funny to see the number of people sitting in odd places, just to use a plug :P has to be said that if you can get into a buisness lounge place before the flight go for it, they have free drinks and snacks, free internet, and even helpful little staff people in case you have any questions …
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