Trains are 25% more expensive in London than in Belfast.
The average meal is 25% more expensive in London than in Belfast.
Taxis are 69% more expensive in London than in Belfast.
Coffee is 5% more expensive in London than in Belfast.
The flight duration is just an hour and 20 minutes with direct flights from Belfast to London.
Belfast is in the same time zone as London and so there'll be no need to reset your watch on these domestic flights.
Although London has a reputation around the world for being wet, did you know that there's actually more annual rainfall in Rome than the English capital? Still, it's always a good idea to pack a raincoat just in case, especially when visiting outside of summer. Good walking shoes make sense too, as many of London's landmarks are within close reach of each other and the city is easily enjoyed by foot.
Several airlines provide cheap flights between Belfast and London, including:
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Belfast is serviced by two major airports: George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International.
This airport is nearest to the city centre, and can be easily reached by any of the following means:
Services: the airport is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can make use of four hours of free Wi-Fi access, baby changing facilities and outdoor smoking areas. For refreshments, check out any of the numerous food outlets, cafés, shops and bars.
Belfast International Airport is approximately 15 miles west of the centre of town, located close to the shores of Lough Neagh.
How to get to the airport:
Services: it's also open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can enjoy two hours of free Wi-Fi access, plus a designated smoking area outside next to Lagan Bar. There is also a wide range of food and drink outlets and shops.
London is served by five major airports, which include Heathrow, one of the world's major air hubs, plus Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City.
Located about 16 miles west of central London, there are many choices for how to arrive at the UK's largest airport.
How to get to the airport:
The short stay car park is 20 minutes walk from the terminal - no busses either. Not good for a 79-year old.
Quick but thorough security checks
Layout and signage confusing. Arrived via DLR. Great to have an actual person in situ to ask.
A comfortably sized airport.
Needs more moving walkways as does most airports
Not enough seating in the main waiting lounge