Driving to 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.

From Belfast: 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.

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