Cheap Flights from Glasgow to Belfast
Flight information Glasgow to Belfast
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Average flight time, total distance 95 miles
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Belfast International and Belfast City
This information is correct as of January 2016
Airlines that fly from Glasgow to Belfast
Two airlines currently fly to Belfast from Glasgow-International Airport. Flybe fly to Belfast-City, while easyJet fly to Belfast-International. No airlines are currently offering direct flights from Glasgow-Prestwick.
Terminal Information – Departing
Glasgow-International Airport has one terminal with everything you need before you fly. If you're hungry you can grab something to eat in one of the various snack bars and restaurants such as Upper Crust, Starbucks, The Sandpiper and Frankie & Benny's. There aren't many shops at the airport, just the essentials: World Duty Free, Maplin, WH Smith and Boots. If you're travelling with children you can let them blow off some steam in the soft-play area. Adults (and teenagers) can make the most of 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi. If you need faster internet, or just enjoy travelling in style, you can check into the airport's UpperDeck executive lounge. As well as better internet access you can also enjoy a comfortable seating area and a complimentary range of snacks and drinks.
Terminal Information – Arriving
At Belfast-City: This small airport is the best option if you're flying to Belfast on business, as it's nearer the city centre. The Airport Express 600 bus goes to the Europa bus station in the city centre. Single tickets are £2.50* and can be purchased on board. Taxis offer a faster way to reach the city centre, but are more expensive at around £10*. You can rent a car at the airport from Avis, Budget, Europcar or Hertz. Save money by comparing car hire at Belfast City Airport before you fly.
At Belfast-International: This airport is slightly further from the city, but also has great public transport connections. The Airport Express 300 goes to Europa Bus Station, and leaves the airport every 15 minutes. The journey takes about half an hour (or longer if you're travelling during rush hour). Single tickets are £7.50* while return tickets are £10.50.* Taxis into Belfast city centre cost around £30*. The airport also has car hire facilities provided by Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Enterprise, National and Alamo. Visit our page on car hire from Belfast International Airport to find excellent deals.
You don't need your passport to fly from Glasgow to Belfast. You will need to bring along an approved form of photographic identity for security reasons. Approved ID varies from airline to airline, so do check the appropriate website before you fly. As a rule of thumb, government issued photographic ID cards such as driving licenses are fine.
What to expect in Belfast
Northern Ireland has its own bank notes, so you might get a bit of a surprise the first time you visit a cash machine.
*Prices subject to change
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