Late Deals From Belfast International
Around 4 million passengers travel through Belfast International Airport every year making this the second busiest airport in Ireland.
It was formerly known and is still often referred to as Aldergrove Airport, after the nearby village of Aldergrove, which lies west of the airport. The airfield was previously shared with the Royal Air Force which closed in 2008 , the base is now known as Joint Helicopter Command Flying Station and both runways are now owned by the airport.
Belfast International Airport is located northwest of the city centre and has access via the M1, M2, A57 and the A56. The nearest railway station is the Antrim railway station which is only 6 miles away from the airport. A 24 hour express bus is available from Europa Buscentre which is located in the centre of Belfast. The airport can also be reached from Derry and the northwest by a local bus service.