Belfast International Airport
Belfast International Airport is situated just 18 miles north-west of Belfast and is easily accessed via the major road and motorway network.
Take the M2 northbound, turn off at Junction 5 and take the A57 for 7 miles until you reach Belfast International Airport.
From the north/north west/north east:
Take the M2 southbound to junction 5, then the A57 for 7 miles until you reach Belfast International Airport.
From the south and west:
Take the M1 motorway northbound in the direction of Moira, turn off at Junction 9 towards Antrim and proceed via the A26 through Nutts Corner to Belfast International Airport.From Dublin:
Follow the MI/EI northbound until Newry, at Newry take the Bypass and then continue onto the A1, at the M1 Motorway follow it westbound, turn off at Junction 9 and proceed via the A26 to Belfast International Airport.Using Satellite Navigation Systems:
The Airport's postcode is BT29 4AB - if directed to Crumlin, exit via the Nutts Corner Road and follow the signs to Belfast International Airport.
For up to date traffic information log on to the Roads Service website:
We are now able to store bicycle boxes for passengers for their return trip. A fee of £10 per week or part thereof will be charged. For further information please contact a Customer Service Agent on : 07918 706 319 or via email: email@example.com
Meeters and Greeters
From Wednesday 7th July 2010, all drivers collecting or dropping off passengers can now use the designated pick up and drop off zone at the front of the terminal building. It will cost £1 for a 10 minute stay. Drivers who would like to park for longer can use the main stay car park at a cost of £1.50 for the first 30 minutes.
A 15 minute grace period exists in the airport long stay car park for those wishing to drop passengers off.