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Why Fly to Belfast?
Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, is a short hop across the Irish Sea from Great Britain and is served by cheap flights from across the country. This vibrant, popular and compact city is home to beautiful architecture, museums, attractions like Belfast Zoo and numerous parks and gardens.
A low cost flight to Belfast can carry you to a city that is perhaps best known for its nightlife but that serves as a great city break destination. You can use Travelzoo's SuperSearch to find cheap and last-minute flights to Belfast.
Flying to Belfast from the UK
Belfast flights depart from across the UK to either Belfast International Airport or Belfast City Airport. Flights take approximately one hour, 15 minutes from London and Belfast flights from the north of England and Scotland can take as little as 45 minutes.
Popular Flight Routes to Belfast
Which Airlines Fly to Belfast?
Low-cost carriers easyJet, Jet2 and bmibaby offer cheap flights to Belfast International, with Aer Lingus, bmi and Lufthansa also offering direct flights to Belfast. Belfast City Airport is served from across the UK by low cost airlines, Ryanair and Flybe.
Mini Travel Guide to Belfast
First-timers should get a feel for the city by embracing the atmosphere of the pubs and bars, but must-see sights such as Belfast Castle and Belfast Zoo are also waiting to entice visitors. Other sights well worth a visit include Conway Mill, Parliament House the Peace Line, Malone House. With the city being so close to Great Britain, and with low-cost flights readily available, Belfast doesn't need to be tackled all in one go. There's fantastic restaurants, extensive shopping at the Victoria Square Shopping Centre and no shortage of culture thanks to the likes of the Belfast Grand Opera House, which hosts well-known shows and performances. The Titanic was also built in Belfast – the Titanic Quarter is the place to go for fans of the infamous liner. And no visit to Belfast is complete without a visit to the historic Crown Liquor Saloon.