Belfast City airport is on the south shore of Belfast Lough next to the A2. More than 2.5 million passengers a year pass through its doors and the airlines predominantly fly to Great Britain and Ireland. In such a fantastic city, you certainly wont be short of things to do before or after your flight.
Where can I eat, drink and shop at the airport?
Choose from Costa Coffee, the Harvest Market, Bushmills Bar and Espression by Lavazza for a refreshing drink or snack before your flight. And for all those flight essentials, theres a WHSmith and World Duty Free in the departure lounge after security.
What is there to see and do near Belfast City airport?
The Oh Yeah Music Centre is a must for all music-lovers who have time to spare in Belfast. The centre houses a music exhibition, performance space, rehearsal rooms, privately run recording studios and a cafe.
Whether youre with friends or family, a trip to the Dundonald International Ice Bowl is sure to be enormous fun. Containing Northern Irelands only Olympic-sized ice rink and the Xtreme Bowling Centre, the Ice Bowl is a great place to spend a few hours or even an entire evening, whilst child-friendly Indiana Land will keep the younger members of your party entertained.
The historic house of Mount Stewart is one of Northern Irelands most popular National Trust properties. The world-renowned gardens, planted in the 1920s, have made Mount Stewart famous and the property and its grounds also offer impressive views across Strangford Lough. For a captivating insight into Northern Irelands history, make sure you visit this fascinating place.
Where can I go shopping in Belfast?
All of Belfasts great shopping areas are within easy walking distance of each other. With popular shopping centres and unique boutiques, youll be spoilt for choice. Look out for Spires Shopping Mall, Junction One International Outlet Centre, Castlecourt Shopping Centre, Westwood Shopping Centre, Victoria Square, The Outlet and the High Street stores.