From BFS airport in Belfast to city center

 Belfast,  United Kingdom

Public transportation from Belfast airport

Day route from airport:

300a 648 Estimated duration is 59 mins.
300a 6 stops to Ulster University Belfast ( 43 mins - 26.1 km )
648 3 stops to Donegall Place ( 3 mins - 0.7 km )

This route will take you to city center of Belfast during daylight.

Night route from airport:

109a 538 8b Estimated duration is 1 hour 37 mins.
109a 11 stops to Lisburn Train Station ( 47 mins - 34.2 km )
538 39 stops to Albion Street ( 28 mins - 12.3 km )
8b 2 stops to Great Northern Mall ( 2 mins - 0.4 km )

This route will take you to city center of Belfast during night.

Airport Transfers from Belfast International Airport

BFS Airport overview

Belfast International Airport (IATA: BFS, ICAO: EGAA) is an airport 11.5 NM (21.3 km; 13.2 mi) northwest of Belfast in Northern Ireland, and is the main airport for the city of Belfast. Until 1983, it was known as Aldergrove Airport, after the nearby village of Aldergrove in County Antrim. In 2018, over 6.2 million passengers travelled through the airport, a 7.4% increase compared with 2017. The majority of flights from Belfast International are operated by easyJet, Northern Ireland's biggest airline. It features flights to some European metropolitan and several leisure destinations. Belfast International has a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction. The airfield was previously shared with the Royal Air Force base RAF Aldergrove, which closed in 2008. The base is now known as Joint Helicopter Command Flying Station, Aldergrove, and both runways are now owned by the airport. The airport is owned and operated by Vinci Airports which was previously owned by ADC & HAS.

Airport details

Name Belfast International Airport
Actual time 13:18
Actual date 2023/09/26