The city of Belfast has two airports: Belfast City Airport (focused on routes in England and Amsterdam) and Belfast International Airport (the main airport for international flights).
In this article, I’ll tell you how to get from Belfast International Airport to the city centre.
How to get from Belfast International Airport to city centre
🚌 By bus
This is the cheapest way to get to Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, from the airport.
Bus 300 covers this route to the airport. Buses are available 7 days a week, running every 15 minutes during peak times Monday to Friday.
The journey time is approximately 30-40 minutes, depending on traffic. The cost of the ticket is £8 for single tickets and £11.50 for return tickets. You can check timetables and all the information about the bus to Belfast Airport on Translink.
🚕 By taxi
IMPORTANT! Only licensed taxis are allowed to use the airport taxi ranks.
Therefore, to avoid problems, it is best to book a taxi through this website, at the airport or by calling the company itself on +44 (0)28 9448 4353.
The estimated cost of the journey is £40, with a journey time of 20-30 minutes.
🚗 By transfer
The most convenient way to get from Belfast Airport to the city centre is by transfer.
The biggest advantage is that the price is fixed, so you won’t be surprised when it’s time to pay. Moreover, you can book it in advance. The driver will be waiting for you at the airport when you land and you won’t have to worry about hailing taxis, waiting for the bus or buying tickets.