Forever enhancing your experience
Starting as a Fleet Air Arm base in 1941, this helpful airport has since spent over £10 million on upgrading everything from the roads around the airport to a new and improved runway.
Not to mention a brand spanking new terminal. Expect new fast track lanes, so that you can wiz past security, money exchange services, shops bursting with holiday essentials and more exciting eateries.
Get ready for Spanish delights
As Northern Ireland’s main hub for flights to the UK and Majorca, you’ll find the short easy journey is made even better with the superb service at this friendly airport.
One of your UK favourite tour operators, TUI, spend all the summer months flying you from the friendly City of Derry to the holiday paradise of Palma. You’ll be sipping sangria on your cheap holidays from the City of Derry Airport in no time.
Bag a bargain before your flight
We recommend arriving two hours before your flight, to allow plenty of time to check-in, get through security and explore the first-class shops and tasty restaurants.
Did someone say 30% cheaper than high street stores? You won’t be able to resist the all the travel discounts with a range of fragrances, skincare, cosmetics, confectionary and watches in World Duty Free.
Treating yourself has never been so easy with the buy now and collect later service, which allows you to purchase your shopping and leave it at the airport ready for your collection on your return home.
We know booking a last minute holiday from the City of Derry Airport can mean you pack in a rush, but, don’t worry, you’ll find all the essentials you need in the terminal. WH Smiths offer everything from must-read books, snacks and even purchases to keep the kids entertained.
Enjoy the airport surroundings while sampling traditional cuisine in the Fed & Watered restaurant. Making your tastebuds water with succulent meats from the local butchers to fresh fish from the local fishermen, you’ll get a taste of Northern Ireland’s finest.
At the heart of the airport, you’ll be lured in by the Amelia Earhart Lounge open to all passengers who are looking for that much needed peace and quiet. While you’re relaxing you can enjoy complimentary alcoholic beverages, tea and coffee, soft drinks, snacks, free internet access and Freeview TV.
Getting to the City of Derry Airport
Just a 15-minute drive from Londonderry City centre, your holiday from the City of Derry Airport waits. Situated along the A2 Londonderry to Coleraine Road, you’ll find this airport with postcode BT47 3GY.
There’s car parking to suit every holiday type and budget, from short stay, long stay car parks and drop off points. You won’t even need to worry about lugging your suitcases around because each car park is only a matter of feet away from the terminal doors.
Operating to and from the airport are regular bus services from the Bus Depot on Foyle Street station in the city centre. You’ll also find a regular bus running from Limavady with Ultrabus and Translink services.
If you’d rather the train, you don’t have to miss out on All Inclusive holidays from the City of Derry Airport, the train station is conveniently located just a couple of minutes away from the terminal.
Derry-Londonderry train station is located at Duke Station in the Waterside area of the city and is served daily by the Belfast to Derry service. The train stops all over Ireland but most importantly in key towns such as Ballymena, Coleraine, Portrush and Castlerock.
Make it easier with an overnight stay
It’s never been easier to start your holiday adventures when you stay in a UK-favourite Travelodge or a Ramada Da Vincis. Ditch those worries about getting to the airport on time if you choose an overnight stay, you’ll be a matter of feet away from the check-in desks.
Not to mention if you have a dread layover, you can feel at ease knowing there’s a good night’s sleep right on the airport’s door step. If you want to check out the City of Derry sights, there’s always the option to stay a bit further afield in local B&Bs, giving you ample opportunity to explore Northern Ireland.