There are many options to choose from if you are planning to travel to Belfast Airport using public transport. The following article looks at Belfast coaches and lists the many coach services available to those wishing to travel to and from the airport. For further details please read on….
The Metro number 21 operates every 20 minutes from Sydenham, which is just a 5-minute walk from the airport to City Hall Monday to Saturday. On Sunday Metro numbers 101 and 102 run to the airport from Belfast City centre.
For further details please check out the Metro website.
The Airbus service operates between the airport and Belfast city centre every 30 minutes, Monday to Saturday, and at 30 or 60-minute intervals on a Sunday. This service operates between 5.45 am and 11.20 pm. From the airport, the bus will set down passengers on request at Templepatrick, and continue along the M2 to Glengall Street bus station. Travellers to the airport should board at the Europa Bus Centre.
Airport Express 300
The Airport Express 300 operates every 30 to 40 minutes depending on traffic. The Airport Express 300 can be boarded at the main exit.
From the Airport to Belfast City: All coaches will travel from the Airport via Templepatrick, M2 Motorway, Royal Avenue, Castle Place to Belfast Europa Bus Centre.
From Belfast to the Airport: From Belfast Europa Bus Centre via Wellington Place, Donegall Place, Royal Avenue, M2 Motorway and Templepatrick to Belfast International Airport.
For a current timetable, fares and further information check out the Airport Express 300 website.
The Airporter bus service provides direct coach connections between the two Belfast Airports. The Airporter is located within the Quayside Complex in Derry on the Strand Road. You will find a designated bus stop for the Airporter bus service at both airports in Belfast.
At Belfast International Airport the stop is located at the exit and entrance door at the airport. When exiting the airport go directly across the zebra crossing for all Airporter departures and arrivals.
At Belfast City Airport the stop is located where you exit the airport. As you are exiting turn immediately to your right, the Airporter bus stop is just past the entrance door of the airport. There is an Airporter Bus Stop sign that indicates where the bus will stop.
For further details on the Airporter bus service, timetables and fares check out the official Airporter website.
The 109A Ulsterbus service now serves Belfast International Airport. For further details and a current timetable please check out the Ulsterbus timetable
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