Airport Bus Hire for Groups, Families & SocietiesBelfast City Coaches is located in the heart of Belfast City centre ideally located for travel to and from Belfast's two main airports, the International Airport and George Best City Airport. Providing airport bus hire at competition rates and discounts are available to either of these popular destinations. We also cater for groups of any size. If traveling to Belfast by aircraft in a group do not hesitate to call us we will be happy to assist. Tell us about quotes a from our competitors and we will do all to provide the most cost effective way to travel while still providing the quality of service you are customers deserve. Rates also available for Dublin International Airport.
Belfast International Airport (IATA: BFS, ICAO: EGAA) is a major airport located 11.5 NM (21.3 km; 13.2 mi) northwest of Belfast in Northern Ireland. It was formerly known and is still referred to as Aldergrove Airport, after the village of the same name lying immediately to the west of the airport. Around 4.1 million passengers travelled through the airport in 2011, a 2.2% increase on 2010. Belfast International is the busiest airport in Northern Ireland and the second busiest airport on the island of Ireland in terms of passenger numbers after Dublin Airport, and is followed by Belfast-City, Cork and Shannon.
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Dublin Airport, (IATA: DUB, ICAO: EIDW), is an international airport serving Dublin, Ireland and is operated by the Dublin Airport Authority. It is located in Collinstown. In 2011, 18.7 million passengers passed through the airport, making it the busiest of the state's airports by total passenger traffic, followed by Cork Airport and Shannon Airport. It also has the greatest traffic levels on the island of Ireland followed by Belfast International Airport, George Best Belfast City Airport, Cork and Shannon. The airport is located 5.4 NM (10.0 km; 6.2 mi) north of Dublin city in a once-rural area near Swords. It is served by buses and taxis. Plans to connect the airport to Swords and Dublin city centre via a rapid transit line (Metro North), have been postponed by the Government. Dublin Airport is the headquarters of Ireland's flag carrier (Aer Lingus), Europe's largest low-cost carrier (Ryanair) and Ireland's regional airline (Aer Arann). Ireland's fourth airline, CityJet, operates flights from the airport and its HQ is located in the nearby town of Swords.