George Best Belfast City Airport
Formerly known as Belfast City Airport, it was renamed 'George Best Belfast City Airport' in 2006 in memory of the famous Belfast footballer, George Best.
Located on the A2, Sydenham Bypass road between Belfast and Holywood the airport serves the entire North East region of Ireland. If you are approaching Belfast on the M1 or M2, you should follow the signs to Belfast City Airport, leading to the A2 via the M3.
Sydenham railway station is adjacent to the southern perimeter of the airport and is well served by frequent Northern Ireland Railways trains between Bangor and Portadown. Passengers arriving or departing by train can request an airport courtesy bus to take them to or from the terminal.
A wide variety of accommodation is available surrounding the airport and a high standard of hospitality and comfort is on offer in all of the hotels convenient to the George Best Belfast City Airport.
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