Belfast (BFS) Airport

Belfast BFS Airport Overview

Belfast International Airport BFS is the second-busiest airport of Ireland and serves northern part of Ireland, operating year-round, 24/7.
BFS Airport is located west of the village of Aldergrove, and 21 km northwest of the city of Belfast. It can be accessed via the M2 motorway, exit at Junction 5 to A57 for 7 miles.

With two runways and yearly about 4 million passengers, Belfast International Airport is served by scheduled airlines offering direct flights to European cities (with London being the major destination), & beyond, and by seasonal charters to popular vacation destinations.
United Airways is offering year-round nonstop flights from New York.

Ryanair announed in early 2016 that it will open a new base at Belfast Airport and will take over the four daily London Gatwick flights used formerly by Aer Lingus.
EasyJet passengers:  easyJet only accepts online check-in - make sure to print your boarding pass at home.  Check-in counters have been replaced by Baggage Drop counters.  Boarding gates close 30 mins prior to departure time.
Visa requirements for travelers from India:  Tourists, travelers on business & other eligible visitors from India will now be able to visit both the UK and Ireland (North & South Ireland) - moving freely between the two countries on a single visa.

The on-Airport Maldron Hotel Belfast with 106 rooms, is operated by Dalata Hotel Group.

Belfast International Airport has one passenger terminal.

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