Fly from Liverpool to Belfast
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Whether you’re visiting the historic city of Belfast for its rich history, to enjoy a football match with a beer in hand or simply making a connection to somewhere a bit more exotic, try flying to Belfast Intl (BFS) from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Also known as Aldergrove Airport, flight times are just over an hour long so we can get you over there in a flash when you choose to fly with EasyJet.
easyJet fly regularly between Liverpool and Belfast. You can book your Belfast flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Flights from Liverpool to Belfast in United Kingdom fly into Belfast International are regular, quick and convenient and so perfect for business, tourism or as a jumping off point for a wider trip.
Once you have booked your flight to Belfast, United Kingdom why not check out Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are arriving on one of the regular flights from Belfast to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
Why you should go
There’s very few places in the world that have better stories to tell than Belfast, so it’s a no-brainer if you’re looking for a city break filled with historical references. This isn’t the only thing it has to offer either; from breathtaking landscapes and beautiful views to a buzzing nightlife, Belfast is sure to have something for everyone!
For those of you who are constantly on the go and are looking to get some peace and quiet on your trip, take a tour of the Giant’s Causeway and visit the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. It’s also a great place for Game of Thrones fans – channel your inner Jon Snow at The King’s Road, Winterfell and Dragonstone during your visit to Northern Ireland.
No matter whether the Titanic is your favourite film or not, the Titanic Belfast is a must-see. Immerse yourself in the construction of the iconic ship and learn how the men and women working on it poured their heart and soul into making sure it was the most impressive ship to ever set sail.
When you should go
Belfast is stunning whether the sun is shining or not, but if you're looking for warmer weather, visit during July or August. There's also plenty to do over the Christmas period and don't forget St Patrick's Day fun in March!
Where you should stay
If you’re heading to Belfast with your better half, or even travelling in a rowdy gang, there’s plenty of options for accommodation depending on your preference and budget. From romantic manor houses in the country to budget hotels in the city centre, choose your destination depending on what activities you have planned for your stay.
Belfast’s infectious atmosphere will make you want to stay forever, but whilst you’re on your trip make sure you don’t miss out on some specific activities:
- Belfast pubs have a vibrancy like no other, so why not relax your tired toes and enjoy the ‘craic’? Historic décor and popular entertainment keep tourists and locals alike coming back for their pints of Guinness.
- Taking a black cab tour in Belfast is one of the most insightful activities to do in the city and it’s definitely the best way to get some local knowledge about hidden gems.
- The Peace Maze can be found in County Down and is part of Castlewellan Forest Park‘s key attractions. Take the challenge of escaping from one of the world’s largest permanent hedge mazes.
What are you waiting for? Book your flight from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Belfast International today.
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