Belfast City Airport has been renamed after a famous Irish footballer called George Best.
There are a number modes of transport that travellers can take from the airport to the city centre and beyond.
Visitors can take a wheelchair friendly taxi from the airport to their destination in the city centre for just under 10.00 GBP. Passengers can find the taxis outside the main airport building.
Passengers can catch the number three bus which is run by the metro bus service and can drop travellers off at the city hall in the centre. The time table for the bus is fairly frequent through out the day but requires around a short walk to the train station based at Sydenham which is roughly a five minute walk away from the terminal building.
There is no train station based at the airport. Passengers can walk or decide to take the bus shuttle to the train station at Sydenham. The train station operates a by hourly service which travellers can then make their connections to other destinations in Eire or elsewhere in the north.
The city centre can be reached in around 10 minutes from the airport. Drivers wishing to visit the city by car can do so as it is fairly close by at around 3 and half miles away. Once you leave the airport join the A2 that is the Sydeham Bypass then join the A20 which will lead you and your rental car into Belfast City Centre.
If you wish to return your car hire to Belfast City 輪椅的士預約費 Airport and have GPS system available in your rental car please use the following post code or zip code to find the airport, BT3 9JH.
If visitors to the city wish to rent a car they can collect their hired car from Belfast City Airport from a number of hire firms operating at the airport. The car rental firms offices are located inside the terminal building where customers would go to complete their paperwork. All the vehicles are collected and returned to a separate office which can be found next to the terminal building.