The capital of Northern-Ireland has two airports: the large Belfast International and the small George Best Belfast City airport, which is mainly connected to cities in Great Britain and Ireland. Belfast International processes five million passengers a year.
There is a hotel within walking distance of the airport, and another hotel a little further away. You can make a reservation in the arrival hall. Belfast International has a reasonable number of shops and places to eat and drink. There are souvenir shops with local products. The airport also has a business lounge, with Internet, fax and telephone facilities. There are no banks at the airport, but there are exchange offices and ATM machines. There is a small post office and there are computers with Internet access. Wireless Internet is also available.
In the aviation industry Belfast International Airport is indicated with the abbreviations BFS (IATA airport code) and EGAA (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website Belfast International Airport.