Trains in Belfast are 20% cheaper than in London.
A meal in Belfast is 20% cheaper than a meal in London.
A taxi fare in Belfast is 42% cheaper than in London.
Coffee in Belfast is 5% cheaper than in London.
London is an international financial centre and a number of people travel to and fro from the city to various destinations in the world. It is served by Luton, Stansted and several other airports that are located in different parts of the city.
Flights from London to Belfast do not take much time to reach their destination. However, getting to the airport from where these flights take off may take quite some time, depending on which airport you require. All the airports, except London City Airport, are located far away from central London and need a train journey to reach in time.
To make sure that you catch one of those London Belfast flights in time, make sure that you confirm the airport from which your flight is leaving. Once you do that, it is quite easy to find the train that takes you to the designated airport. All you need to do is arrive at one of the many train stations in central London such as Paddington, Liverpool Street, Victoria or one of the many others. Then, look for the train that specifically goes to the airport from where your flight is taking off. You can take a taxi to London City Airport.
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, and also its centre of culture, art and education. Begin your day at Victoria Square in Belfast city centre, which has a number of well-preserved buildings. Admire the beauty of Albert Clock and take selfies at the City Hall in Donegall Square. Spend some time at the St. George's Church on High Street and head towards Linenhall Library, which is on Donegall Square North. Do not forget to grab a drink or two at Crown Liquor Saloon, which was established in 1849. Bittle's Bar and The Limelight are other popular watering holes at the famed Victoria Square.
Flights to Belfast from London land at Belfast International Airport, which is located 13 kilometres from the city centre; the best way to get there is by hopping on bus 300 run by Translink, which takes you to the centre of Belfast. Belfast is a car-dependant city and it may make sense to rent a car or request a private transfer, if possible. If you plan to drive around the city yourself, take the M2 motorway to reach the city centre. An easier but slightly more expensive option is to take a taxi to your chosen destination in Belfast.
Could be more shops
Fairly small with limited facilities but that's because it's a small airport
Very small, big duty free shop
Not enough security belts open. Large wait and many people were anxious about catching their flights. I and two other passengers just mad it.
better than Ryanair...especially the customer service
Overall the facilities in the airport were good. The airport itself looks a bit shabby and the set down charge £1 with no apparent was unnecessary and profiteering.
Long line to cue for security...was kind of silly to zigzag through all the empty space..
Overall, my first trip with Ryanair was a very good experience. The delay on the return journey was a nuisance but it was due to fog, not a problem with the carrier