Flights from Belfast to Faro

Flight information Belfast to Faro

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Faro: Faro.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Belfast to Faro is €82. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 0min is the average flight time from Belfast to Faro.
There are 2 airlines who fly direct from Belfast to Faro.
There are 3 flights per week flying from Belfast to Faro, as of August.

Information is correct as of March 2016

Airlines that fly from Belfast to Faro

You can fly with Easyjet or Aer Lingus to Faro, Portugal. Aer Lingus depart from Belfast City, whereas Easyjet depart from Belfast International.

Terminal Information - Departing

Belfast City

If you're departing from Belfast City, you'll be pleased to know it rarely takes more than 20 minutes to get from the entrance to your gate. There is only one terminal, and it's easy to find the check in desks too. If you need to reach the airport from the city, there's a shuttle bus from the Europa which takes less than 20 minutes. It costs £3.50 for a single journey, and£7 for a 14 day return.

After security, there's a restaurant and cafe for last minute meals and snacks, as well as a Duty Free and a pharmacy. There is also a book shop and WHSmith. Free Wifi is available inside the airport too. If you need to use the lounge, it costs £20 for 3 hours use – you can pay on the door or book online.

Belfast International

Belfast International is about 30 minutes outside of the city centre, and this is where Easyjet depart form. Easyjet depart to a number of European countries from this base in Northern Ireland.

This airport is much bigger than the Belfast City air base, but it's still relatively easy to get through as there is only one terminal. There are places to eat on both sides of security, but there is a much wider variety once you're airside – the Fed & Watered Lounge, Strangford Grill and Lagan Bar are perfect for a pre-flight pint and meal. You can also shop whilst you're waiting for your flight in Traveller, Duty Free, or WHSmith. Free Wifi is available inside the airport, and the Causeway Lounge is also perfect for knocking out a few hours work prior to your flight.

You can easily catch a tax from the centre to the airport, however this will cost around £40 depending on traffic. The bus is a much more affordable option, costing £7 for a one way trip or £10 for a month return.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Faro Airport is a modern and functional airbase, ferrying hundreds of happy travellers to and from Portugal's south coast every day. There's a pharmacy, currency exchange and ATM on the landside, as well as plenty of links to the coast.

One of the easiest ways to get to the coast is via the bus. Lines 14 and 16 go directly into Faro, and it costs €2.40 for a one way journey. They operate between 5am and 11pm, and you can find more information on Proximo.

Alternatively, you could grab a taxi into Faro. The costs for cabs will vary, depending on the time of your trip and your destination. If you're catching a cab between 6am and 9pm it's cheaper, as there is no surcharge. Cabs at night will be slightly more expensive, but they are still available at the taxi rank outside of Faro Airport.  You should also take into account any tolls within your journey, as they will be added onto the fare.

Direct shuttle transfers can also be arranged at the airport, or prior to arriving. This is a great option if you're heading to a resort.

Practical Information

Make sure you arrive at least 2 hours prior to your flight to Faro, as this is a flight to a different European country. Occasionally, the airport becomes even busier during summer.

What to expect in Faro

Many people favour Faro and Portugal for the beautiful landscapes and coastlines here, but another reason to love it is the cost here – it's much cheaper to dine out, stay in hotels and drink in Faro! Check out the top 9 things to do in Faro.

One of the best ways to get around Portugal is by hiring a car – this way, you can see Lisbon and Porto too.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.