Belfast International Airport (BFS)
Travel and Ground Transport
(Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK)
Belfast International Airport (BFS) has a central location in Northern Ireland, right next to Lough Neagh, and is well served by road and public transport. The city of Belfast can be reached direct by bus and taxi, and there is a railway station in nearby Antrim which is accessible by shuttle bus.
From Belfast's Central Station, all parts of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic are accessible by train.
The Airbus provides access to central Belfast via several important stops and operates every 20 minutes on weekdays, every 30 minutes on Saturdays and between 30 and 60-minute intervals on Sundays. In addition, those who are interested in travelling direct to Londonderry in the north-west of Northern Ireland can catch the Airporter coach service, which operates hourly from the airport.
The only shuttle bus that operates from Belfast International Airport (BFS) is the useful Antrim Airlink shuttle bus, which runs between the airport and Antrim on an hourly basis from Monday to Saturday. The bus runs to both the Antrim bus and rail stations from the front of the terminal building.
From Antrim Station, rail services run direct to Belfast and Lisburn in the south and to the towns of Ballymena and Londonderry in the north. For travel to Ireland by rail, the high speed Enterprise train runs from Belfast Central Station to Dublin on a regular timetable.
Taxis from Belfast International Airport (BFS) are supplied by The Belfast International Airport Taxi Company, with sample fares posted on the wall at the exit of the terminal building. You can call to make a booking on +44 289 448 4353.