Holidays and flights from Belfast International Airport

It doesn’t matter if it’s business or pleasure, holidays from Belfast International Airport exceed expectations. You’ll want to arrive a little earlier and linger a little longer just so you can take full advantage of Northern Ireland’s busiest airport.

Top Deals from Belfast International

An overview

If it’s good enough for the former President of the United States, then it’s good enough for us. Back in 1995 Air Force One landed on the airport grounds with former president Bill Clinton and First Lady Hilary Clinton. With the celebrity appeal and knock-out facilities, it’s no wonder 5.1 million holidaymakers start their adventures from Belfast International Airport.

Operating 24/7, all year round, Belfast International is Ireland’s gateway to the world. To ensure they can keep up with the never ending suitcases rolling in, there’s always renovations and developments in progress to make sure passengers always have everything they need.

Take a look at our best deals and cheap flights from Belfast International today and grab yourself a bargain. Save money on your holiday and treat yourself while you’re there to some extras, you deserve it.

Covering all corners of the globe

Taking you to exciting destinations since 1917, you can now choose to fly to 18 countries and over 50 destinations. With all that choice, it’s easy to bag yourself a cheap holiday from Belfast International Airport.

Holidays from Belfast International include flights to beautiful destinations all across Europe. With flights to Turkey, Costa Dorada and Bulgaria on offer, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to travel alone, with friends or with your partner and loved ones. There’s something for every type of traveller. 

Before you know it you’ll be jetting off to sunnier climates with TUI and you’ll enjoy the holiday of a lifetime in gorgeous destinations like Corfu, the Canary Islands and Verona. You can also catch flights within the UK, including cities like Edinburgh, Bristol and London airports.

Let those pre-flight hours fly by

Your holiday extras are completely covered with an array of shops packed with travel essentials at Belfast International Airport. We all know this is the most important bit.

Once you catch sight of all the latest cosmetics, fragrances, fashion accessories and confectionery treats in Aelia Duty Free, you’ll be using that classic ‘I’m on holiday, so I might as well treat myself’ excuse. Find some of the world’s biggest brands here at incredibly competitive prices.

Don’t let baggage restrictions stop you either, the collect on return service means you don’t have to worry about how you’ll carry all those discounted goods on the plane, you can simply drop them off and pick them up once you return. Alternatively, you can also click & collect your goods from home and then collect before your flight departs – ideal for buying your last minute bits without the hassle.

Find yourself lured in by the smell of grilled steaks, beef burgers and cheesy pizzas with five delicious eateries. Enjoy views of the airfield in the Fed and Watered, whilst you’re waited on with award winning wines, ice cold beers and tasty treats.

Relax with your friends and catch the sports game in Lagan Bar or enjoy something different in Coco Diablo. Is the tannoy calling your name? You can grab a quick bite from Burger King.

Once you’ve hit WHSmiths and grabbed yourself the latest novel, you’ll be looking for a quiet place to read it. Luckily for you the Causeway Lounge provides you with that little slice of luxury and relaxation you need before you start your journey. Enjoy Hi-speed Wi-Fi, power outlets and a TV as well as a buffet and complimentary bar area. The time will fly by!

Frequently asked questions about Belfast International Airprot

Getting to Belfast International airport is a breeze with plenty of options available to you.

For drivers, you’ll find the airport with postcode BT29 4AB – but with plenty of signs along the M2 and M1 you might not even need it.

There’s fast and frequent connections to the airport grounds via bus. Taking you there and back is the Airport Express 300 which you can catch at Belfast Europa Bus Centre, or for those of you who live locally, it also stops at Templepatrick and Royal Avenue.

When returning from your holiday, you’ll find the bus is located opposite the terminal exit. It will roughly take 30 to 40 minutes to get you to and from the airport – and there’s no worry for parking.

Belfast International Airport has plenty of parking – say goodbye to hunting down that one hidden spot.

Heading on a short break or business trip? Moments away from the check-in desks is the conveniently located main car park. You don’t have to book but it is recommended to avoid disappointment and more expensive prices.

If you’re one of those lucky folk heading on a two week All Inclusive holiday from Belfast International Airport, the long stay car park will suit you perfectly. It’s just a six-minute walk away from the terminal doors, but there are shuttle buses available upon request.

Rest knowing your car will be monitored daily with CCTV and secure barrier controls manned 24 hours a day.

Book your airport parking with Holiday Extras to see all your options and find the best deals.

There is a hotel on airport grounds and plenty nearby to make those early mornings or late arrivals that bit easier. 

Rest your head in the Maldron Hotel for the night and enjoy high standards and outstanding service – plus a good night’s sleep. It’s worth noting, guests can often park their cars for the duration of their holiday for free in the hotel’s car park.

You’ll have everything you need at your fingertips, from the free Wi-Fi to the top class cuisine in the Grain and Grill restaurant.

If you want to be a little closer to the Irish action, you can stay close by in the Holiday Inn Express or Ballyrobin Country Lodge. Extending your holiday from Belfast International Airport is exactly what you need to get you into the holiday spirit.