First established in 1917, Belfast International Airport serves around 4.1 million passengers every year. It’s located 18 miles to the north-west of Belfast and it’s easy to get to via car, taxi or public transport.
There are a wide range of cafés and bars to choose from at Belfast International Airport. Options include speedy snacks at places likes Starbucks and Burger King as well as more leisurely experiences in places such as the Starngford Grill or Fed and Watered.
If you arrive at the airport realising you’ve forgotten a few travel essentials, you’ll be glad to see that Belfast International has a Superdrug and WHSmith. For those who love to shop, there’s also The Irish Quarter and an excellent Tax and Duty Free store.
Information about attractions, accommodation and transport in Belfast and Northern Ireland can be found at the tourist information desks. Help is also easy to find, as you can speak to any member of staff at the airport to access a customer service agent.
Four different baby change facilities are available and you can find them beside the main food village and in the main arrivals hall as well as in the domestic and international departure lounges.
Pay as you go internet access points serviced by e-gatewayz can be found throughout the main departure lounge area. Smartphones and laptops can also make use of the BT Openzone service, which is available throughout Belfast International Airport.
Business travellers may also want to make use of the dedicated business lounge where you can enjoy complimentary snacks and fresh coffee. The lounge is also available for people travelling for pleasure, but individual or corporate memberships are required.
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