Lifts to all floors are clearly marked and available for public useToilets
Wheelchair accessible toilets have been installed throughout the terminal and all of these toilets have emergency pull cords.Ambulift
An Ambulift is available to provide access to and from the aircraft for passengers with reduced mobility; please inform the airline if you wish to use this facility.
Contact your airline for more information.Accessibility and Communication
Low level kerbs are found at the front of the building for easy drop off and pick up.
The Assistance desk is situtated at the left hand side of the Check-in hall.
A range of low level public telephones are situated throughout the terminal.Assistance
Helplines are situated throughout the terminal building and are identified by yellow signage.
If you require assistance please ask any member of staff on duty at the front of the terminal.Insurance
Before you travel make sure that you have insurance which covers your equipment needed for the journey.
For more information you can view the European Commission video on the rights of passengers: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/energy_transport/videos/transport/2008_06_prm_en.htm
Special Assistance desk - OCS
OCS are situated on the left side of the check-in hall.
If you have booked online and are not checking in baggage you should report to OCS for onward assistance.
Passengers may choose to use their own wheelchair or have one provided.
Discuss with them your preferred means of access through the airport.
Arrange for stop and pick-up if you wish to shop or go for a snack or drink.
Their facilities include Inductive Loop System, Ambulifts for boarding aircraft, extra wide wheelchairs and PRM trained staff.
Staff will help you with your baggage on arrival and departure.
Assistance dogs can only travel if they are registered with The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) and if allowed by your airline and holiday destination.
For advice on flying with your assistance dog please contact www.hearingdogs.org.uk
Belfast International Airport Customer Services
Tel: 028 9448 4101
The UK government Code of Practise for access to air travel for disabled people may be found at www.dft.gov.uk