Belfast City Airport
The Belfast City Airport is a major airport located north-west of Belfast in Northern Ireland, the airport was formerly known as Aldergrove airport and its full name now is the George Best Belfast City Airport and it shares runways with the Royal Air force. Belfast is the capital and the largest city in Northern Ireland. Belfast is a great place to explore and is undiscovered by some compared to Dublin. The city has changed dramatically in a decade due to this peace and prosperity and you will be greeted with warmth from locals who feel a new-found sense of pride in their city.
It takes just under an hour and half to get from Jersey Airport to Belfast City Airport, for a two week holiday costs from just £172.
Belfast City airport has a number of different facilities including:
Belfast's population is evenly split between its Protestant and Catholic residents. These two distinct cultural communities have both contributed significantly to the city's culture. Throughout the Troubles, Belfast artists continued to express themselves through poetry, art and music. Belfast is the capital city of Northern Island and has historically been a centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding. With 20 stops conveniently located around the city, City Sightseeing Belfast will highlight landmarks and attractions in the city and enable you to plan your stay. It is home to the Titanic Dock and Pump House and the site is centred upon former shipbuilding land from which vessels such as the RMS Titanic, Olympic and SS Canberra were launched.