Flights from East Midlands to Belfast

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East Midlands to Belfast

  • 1 airline flies direct from East Midlands to Belfast
  • Belfast is served by 2 airports. These are Belfast International, Belfast City.
  • East Midlands to Belfast is 229 miles
  • The average flight time from East Midlands to Belfast is 1h 5min
  • £56 was the cheapest return price from East Midlands to Belfast last month
  • The most popular airline flying from East Midlands to Belfast last month was Flybe
  • There are 27 flights a week from East Midlands to Belfast

This information is correct as of November 2015

Airlines that fly from East Midlands to Belfast

Flybe offer direct flights to Belfast-City. There are currently no passenger services between East Midlands and Belfast-International.

Terminal Information – Departing

There's only one terminal at East Midlands Airport. The departure lounge has a small but well-formed range of shops. All of the usual suspects are there. Browse luxury bits and bobs at World Duty Free and Dixons Travel or pick up some last minute essentials in Boots and Superdrug. There's also a WHSmith for last minute reading and in-flight snacks.  The airport has its own dedicated food court for peckish passengers. There's a coffee shop (Flat White), a burger bar (Burger King), gastropub (Castle Rock Tap Room and Kitchen), an Italian-American restaurant (Frankie & Benny's), a sandwich shop (Grab and Fly) and a deli selling local food (Pork & Pickle). There's also a Leon before security. Every passenger is entitled to one hour of free Wi-Fi at the airport, perfect if you have a few last-minute emails to send. If you need a better connection or just fancy a bit of luxury you can check into the Escape Lounge. Prices start at £19.99* per person. Inside you can enjoy unlimited internet, and complimentary snacks and drinks.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Belfast City is a small airport and is located just three miles from the city centre. The Airport Express 600 bus runs between the airport and the Europa bus station in the city centre. One-way tickets cost £2.50* and can be bought on board. The fastest way to reach the city is by taxi. There's a rank outside the terminal and you should expect to pay about £10*. Car hire is available from Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz: remember to compare car hire at Belfast City Airport to get the best deal.

Practical Information

You don't need your passport to fly within the UK, just an approved form of photographic ID. On domestic flights Flybe accept driving licenses, NUS cards, university and college ID cards, Young Scot cards, council issued bus passes, company ID cards from major organisations, disabled badges, electoral identity cards, SMART cards, government issued ID cards, firearm certificates, CitizenCards, airport employee security passes, police warrant cards, armed forces ID cards, EU/Swiss national identity cards, and passports which have expired less than two years ago. Pension books are also accepted, and are the only non-photographic form of ID allowed.

What to expect in Belfast

Northern Ireland has its own bank notes which look very different from their Bank of England counterparts. We recommend only taking small amounts of cash out at a time, as they might be hard to spend once you get home.

*Prices subject to change