Your official source for the latest news and developments at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Wednesday 19 Dec 2012
Latest Update: 19th December 2012, 2:20pm
The M2 has been fully RE-OPENED following an earlier incident at the Hightown Bridge. The Hightown Bridge itself has also now been re-opened.
Friday 07 Dec 2012
A recent poll carried out by Lucid Talk for the Belfast Telegraph reveals that 63.2% of people in Northern Ireland prefer to fly from George Best Belfast City Airport.
Thursday 29 Nov 2012
Lord Mayor of Belfast, Alderman Gavin Robinson has officially opened a £1.7 million international arrivals lounge at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Friday 23 Nov 2012
A prolific ‘sheep’ artist has been commissioned to paint quirky artwork in the terminal of George Best Belfast City Airport.
Thursday 22 Nov 2012
Roads Service will carry out maintenance patching on the countrybound side of the A2 Sydenham Bypass road this Sunday 25th November. The road will be closed to traffic from 00.01 until 11.00.
Tuesday 20 Nov 2012
Aer Lingus introduces its new service from George Best Belfast City Airport to Palma, Majorca
Thursday 15 Nov 2012
British Airways have confirmed the cancellation of today's departures including; BA1415 departing at 12:45 and BA1421 departing at 19:50.
Arriving BA flights, BA1430 arriving at 11:00, and BA1420 arriving at 19:00 have also been cancelled due to fog forecasted at London Heathrow.
Passengers are advised to Call the British Airways Customer Services line on 0844 49307 87 for further information.
Thursday 08 Nov 2012
George Best Belfast City Airport has scooped gold for the Best Sales Campaign at the prestigious Chartered Institute of Marketing Excellence Awards held last night in Belfast.
Monday 05 Nov 2012
An exhibition of some of Northern Ireland’s most exciting contemporary jewellery designers has just begun in the Departure Lounge of George Best Belfast City Airport.
Thursday 25 Oct 2012
Services from Dundee to Belfast City and Birmingham will cease on Sunday, December 2. Passengers will be offered alternative flights through Loganair's franchise partner flybe, or a full refund via the travel agent or airline where the original reservation was made.