The capital of Northern-Ireland, Belfast, has two airport: Belfast City Airport, located in the east of the city at only three kilometres from the centre, and Belfast International Airport, which is much bigger. In 2006, Belfast City Airport was renamed George Best Belfast City Airport, after the football legend.
There are connections to many cities in Great Britain and Ireland, though only one to the European mainland (Rennes in France). During the winter, there are connections to Chambéry and Geneva. Near the airport lies the Sydenham train station. The airport is also easy to reach by bus and car.
At the airport there are no hotels. The nearest hotels are located at a distance of three kilometres. There is also a limited number of shops and eating and drinking establishments. There is a Conference Suite for business travellers, where you can rent office and meeting space for a maximum of 40 people. In the arrival hall there are no banks or exchange offices, but there are ATM machines. In addition, there is an Internet café and wireless Internet is available.
In the aviation industry George Best Belfast City Airport is indicated with the abbreviations BHD (IATA airport code) and EGAC (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website George Best Belfast City Airport.