George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD)
Travel and Ground Transport
(Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK)
Buses, shuttles and taxis run to the city and Sydenham Station from George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD) throughout the day and the convenient A2 highway runs right past the airport, offering quick road access to the city centre.
Regular buses also run to destinations farther afield and trains from Belfast city centre provide links to the Irish Republic.
Flexibus runs services from Belfast International Airport (BHD) to the Belfast Europa Bus Centre in the city centre every 20 minutes. Known as the Airlink route 600, this Flexibus service runs from 06:00 to 21:50 and is a cheap and reliable transfer option. There is also a Metrobus service from nearby Sydenham to City Hall, while those wanting to go direct to Londonderry can take the Airporter bus, which runs nine times a day.
There is a shuttle bus service operating from Belfast International Airport (BHD) to Sydenham Station, located about one mile from the airport.
For those who want to take the train, take the shuttle bus to Sydenham Station, from where there is a twice hourly Translink service to Central and Victoria Street stations, operating from 06:00 to 18:00, Monday to Friday; trains run less frequently on weekends. From Central Station in Belfast, you can access the rest of the Northern Ireland rail network as well as that of the Irish Republic.
There are drop-off and pick-up zones situated right outside the terminal building, from where taxis will run you to the city centre and its hotels. Value Cabs are an established taxi cab firm with wheelchair friendly taxis.