If you're based in Northern Ireland, SNO has packages with flights from the capital's main airports - Belfast International (BFS) and George Best Belfast City (BHD).
Both airports can be easily reached from the city centre, as well as other towns and cities in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Belfast International Airport's postcode for Sat Navs: BT29 4AB.
Belfast City Airport's postcode for Sat Navs: BT3 9JH.
Both airports have drop-off and pick-up areas, which can be used free or for a small charge (usually about £1) for around 10 minutes. You'll find Short Stay car parks closest to the terminals and Long Stay parking a little further out (this tends to be the best value for week long ski trips, especially if you book in advance).
Both airports have an Airport Express bus from the Belfast Europa Buscentre – the 300 runs to Belfast International, and the 600 to Belfast City.
For Belfast International, Ulsterbus 109A has a service between Lisburn Rail Station and the Antrim Buscentre.
For Belfast City, the Metrobus 3 links the airport with Sydenham train station and City Hall.
Coaches to/from Northern Ireland Airports:
The Airporter coach operates between Belfast International Airport, Belfast City Airport and Derry / Londonderry.
Airport Express services link both airports to the Europa Bus Centre, for coaches all over the country. Destinations include Cookstown, Downpatrick, Ballymena, Coleraine, Newcastle, Newry, Limavady, Larne, Cavan and Dublin.
Trains to/from Northern Ireland Airports:
Neither airport has its own train station, but they both have shuttles to their nearest stations. For Belfast International, the Ulsterbus 109A takes passengers to and from Lisburn Rail Station. At Belfast City a bus runs to Sydenham station. Both Lisburn and Sydenham have connections to Belfast main stations and other destinations in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Taxis to/from Belfast Northern Ireland Airports:
Both airports have taxi ranks close to the terminals. You can also book through other private taxi companies, which sometimes have to use the drop-off and pick-up areas.
Northern Ireland airport facilities:
Belfast International has a Business Lounge, and Belfast City has an Aspire lounge and a British Airways lounge.
Food & Drink:
For sit down meals, the airports have restaurants like Harvest Market and Fed&Watered, cafes like Costa and Starbucks and bars like Bushmills.
Northern Ireland's airports have the likes of World Duty Free, Boots / Superdrug and WH Smith as well as currency exchange points.
At Belfast International, Wi-Fi is provided free for the first 2 hours, then charged per hour. Last time we checked, unlimited free access was available at Belfast City.
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