Transport around Belfast City Airport (BHD)
Those who are arriving at George Best Belfast City Airport for the first time will have no problem finding their way into the city of Belfast or to their chosen destination in Northern Ireland as there are a range of different transportation options available. While taxis are always available just outside the main entrance, other options include a public bus service, train and car hire.
- Port of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Belfast City Airport Ltd
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 054°37'05"N 005°52'21"W
Sydenham Railway Station is located next to the airport and there are regular trains available to take passengers to Belfast's Central and Victoria Street stations. Passengers wishing to explore the rest of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic by rail can change trains at Central Station.
there is an efficient bus service provided by Flexibus, which arrives at the airport every 20 minutes from 06:00 to 21:50. Known as the Airlink route 600, this service takes passengers to the Belfast Europa Bus Centre in the city centre. Those wishing to go to City Hall can take the Metrobus service from Sydenham, while the Airporter bus takes passengers to Londonderry.
the airport's main taxi cab firm is Value Cabs, which provide wheelchair friendly taxis. Taxis can be found outside the terminal building and drivers have a good knowledge of the city centre and major hotels.
George Best Belfast City Airport is located just two miles from the centre of Belfast, meaning that those with a car will have no problem getting around. To get into the city centre, visitors simply need to follow the A2, which has clear signs pointing the way.