Cheap Flights from Leeds Bradford to Belfast
Flight information Leeds Bradford to Belfast
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Average flight time, total distance 185 miles
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Belfast International and Belfast City
This information is correct as of February 2016
Airlines that fly from Leeds to Belfast
Flybe is the only airline currently offering direct flights to Belfast from Leeds. All flights from Leeds land at Belfast-City, with no flights to Belfast-International.
Terminal Information – Departing
Leeds-Bradford International is a one terminal airport. The departure lounge has a small selection of shops and places to eat, as well as one executive lounge. Browse the premium alcohol and cosmetics in World Duty Free, pick up some essential toiletries at Superdrug or grab something to read on the 'plane at WH Smith. If you're hungry your dining options are fairly limited but include snack bars Burger King and Camden Food Company, coffee shop Caffe Ritazza, and pub grub from the Saltaire Bar. If you like a bit of luxury before you fly, or have a bit of work to do before flying to Belfast, you can book into The Yorkshire Lounge. It has all of the usual amenities you expect from an executive lounge, including unlimited internet and complimentary refreshments. Entry costs £20*.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Belfast City Airport is just three miles from the city centre, making it an ideal airport if you need to get into town quickly. Public transport from the airport to the city is provided by the Airport Express 600 bus, which goes direct to the Europa bus station. One-way tickets cost £2.50* and can be bought on-board from the driver. Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall, and usually charge about £10* if you're going into downtown Belfast. It's possible to hire a car at Belfast City Airport from Avis, Budget, Europcar or Hertz. You can compare prices online with Skyscanner, too.
We recommend arriving at the airport at least one hour before your flight is scheduled to depart. You don't need a passport to travel to Belfast as it's within the UK. You will need to show some photographic identification at the departure gate for security reasons. Official documents such as driving licenses, NUS cards and passports that have expired within two years are usually acceptable. Check Flybe's website for a full list of acceptable ID.
What to expect in Belfast
Belfast is fairly similar to Leeds in terms of weather and prices. The one big difference is the currency, which has a different design to English banknotes. It can be difficult to spend Northern Irish notes in England, so we recommend only taking small amounts of money from the cash machine while you're there. As for what to see and do, our Belfast Travel Guide has all the info you need.
*Prices subject to change
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