Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Belfast
Flight information Birmingham to Belfast
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Average flight time, total distance 232 miles
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Belfast International and Belfast City
Flights from Birmingham to Belfast
This information is correct as of August 2015
Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Belfast
Two airlines currently fly this route: easyJet to Belfast International and Flybe to Belfast City.
Terminal Information – Departing
Birmingham Airport only has one terminal, which is well equipped with shops and eateries. There are 12 places where you can grab a bite to eat, whether you're looking for a quick sandwich on the go (Pret a Manger) or a sit-down meal (Frankie and Benny's). If you need a pre-flight drink to calm your nerves you'll find plenty to wet your whistle at All Bar One and Wetherspoons, or you can splash out on some bubbly at the Blanc et Noir champagne bar.
There are two business lounges to choose from: Aspire and No.1 Lounge. Both offer somewhere a little more peaceful to relax before you fly to Belfast. There's Wi-Fi if you need to get a bit of work done, as well as complementary snacks and refreshments. Lounge access starts at £18.99 for the Aspire Lounge, and £22.50 for No.1.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Belfast International Airport only has one terminal. The Airport Express 300 runs every 15 minutes, connecting the airport to the city centre. The journey takes 30-40 minute and costs £7.50* for a single or £10.50* for a return ticket. There's a taxi rank outside the terminal building: it costs about £31 for the trip to Belfast city centre. If you prefer to have your own vehicle, look into car hire from Belfast International Airport. Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Enterprise, National and Alamo all have desks inside the arrivals hall.
Belfast City is also a small one-terminal airport. The Airport Express 600 connects the city centre to the airport. An adult single ticket costs £2.50*. There's a taxi rank outside the terminal building, and a taxi into the city should cost you £10.* Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz all offer car hire from Belfast City Airport.
You don't need your passport to fly to Belfast as it's within the UK but you will need to bring some form of official photographic ID. We recommend using your driving license.
What to expect in Belfast
You might get a surprise when you hit the cash machine: Northern Ireland has its own bank notes which are more colourful and vibrant than their English counterparts. While the notes can be spent throughout the UK, you might have some trouble getting rid of them once you return to Birmingham. It's a good idea to either hit the cash machine before jumping on the flight to Belfast, or only take out enough money to last the duration of your trip. Prices are fairly similar to those in Birmingham.
*Prices subject to change
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