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Belfast Aldergrove International Airport (BFS)

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Belfast International, formerly known as Aldergrove Airport, is Northern Ireland busiest airport and the principal gateway to Northern Ireland. It serves approximately 5 million passengers every year, travelling to over 70 domestic and international destinations. In 2018, Belfast International Airport was bought by VINCI Airports.
Did you know?
Belfast International Airport has around 60 protected hares living on the airfield, some of which have appeared on BBC programmes such as The One Show and Springwatch. One hare, known as Harry, went viral back in 2015, with many Twitter users responding with chatter and puns.

Getting to and from Belfast Aldergrove International Airport

How to get to the airport by car, coach, taxi or train
By Car or Taxi
Belfast International Airport is situated 18 miles Northwest of Belfast and can be easily accessed through the major road and motorway network.
By Bus
Multiple bus and coach services operate between Lisburn Rail Station, Antrim Buscentre and the airport, some of which run every 15 minutes.
By Train
The nearest railway station is the Antrim Train Station, which is about 10 km from the airport.

Belfast Aldergrove International Airport Parking

At Belfast International Airport, you can choose between the main, short stay, long stay and park and fly car parks, with the latter two offering free shuttle bus transfers to and from the terminal building. All car parks are manned.

Belfast Aldergrove International Airport Facilities

Internet Access
Airport Lounge
Prayer Room
Cash Machines
Currency Exchange
Family Facilities
Information Desk
Left Luggage
Smoking Area
Runway Visitor Park

Top Destinations from Belfast Aldergrove International Airport

Some of the most popular destinations flying from Belfast Aldergrove International Airport