Transport around Belfast Airport (BFS)
Centrally located in Northern Ireland, Belfast International Airport (BFS) is well connected to the city of Belfast and the rest of Northern Ireland. Buses and taxis are available to take passengers directly into the city, while there is also a nearby train station and plenty of car hire available.
- Belfast, Aldergrove, County Antrim
- Belfast International Airport Ltd
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 054°39'27"N 006°12'57"W
located just six miles from the airport, Antrim Station provide fast and efficient service to cities such as Belfast, Lisburn and Londonderry. A regular shuttle bus service connects the airport and train station, and the journey takes around 10 minutes.
a wide variety of regular public buses and shuttle buses are available to take passengers into Belfast and beyond. The Airbus service arrives every 20 or 30 minutes to take passengers into central Belfast, while the Airporter coach service offers a direct service to Londonderry. There is also shuttle bus to take passengers to Antrim Railway Station.
Belfast International Airport Taxi Company provides a professional taxi service into the city of Belfast and surrounding areas. The taxi stand can be found outside the Arrivals building.
Belfast International Airport is located off the A57 and travellers driving from Belfast can follow the M2 motorway to the airport, turning off at Junction 5. Passengers approaching the airport from the west or south need to follow the M1 motorway and take the Moira junction before changing onto the A26 at the Nutts Corner junction.