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Flights to Northern Ireland

Flights to Northern Ireland from the UK

Which Northern Ireland airport do flights land in?

Flights to Northern Ireland most commonly land at Belfast International Airport, which is 18 miles (29km) northwest of Belfast.

Are there direct flights between the UK and Northern Ireland?

There are regular direct flights to Belfast from the other main UK airports.

How long is the flight from the UK to Northern Ireland?

The flight duration from London to Belfast is about an hour and a half.

What is the time difference between the UK and Northern Ireland?

There is no time difference between London and Belfast.

Which airlines fly to Northern Ireland from the UK?

Flybe offers direct flights to Belfast from Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, London, Cardiff, Aberdeen, Iverness and a number of other UK cities. EasyJet flies direct to Belfast from Liverpool, Glasgow, London, Newcastle, Bristol and Edinburgh. Citywing also offers some direct flights between the UK and Belfast.


Flights to Northern Ireland from the USA

Are there direct flights between the US and Northern Ireland?

Direct flights between the US and Northern Ireland are rare, but there are a few direct flights between New York and Belfast.

How long is the flight from the US to Northern Ireland?

A direct flight from New York to Belfast takes between seven and eight hours.

What is the time difference between the US and Northern Ireland?

Belfast is five hours ahead of New York time.

Which airlines fly to Northern Ireland from the US?

United is currently the only airline offering direct flights between the US and Northern Ireland; United flies direct to Belfast from New York and occasionally Orlando.


Airports in Northern Ireland

Belfast International Airport(BFS)

The airport is situated 18 miles (29km) northwest of Belfast.

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George Best Belfast City Airport(BHD)

The airport is situated a mile (3km) east of Belfast.

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