Your official source for the latest news and developments at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Sunday 12 Sep 2010
Manx2.com, the Isle of Man founded airline that carries 100,000 passengers a year, today announced that it is expanding its presence in Northern Ireland, choosing George Best Belfast City Airport as its first permanent base outside the Isle of Man and launching a new twice daily service from Belfast to Cork.
Monday 06 Sep 2010
Flybe, the UK’s Number One Domestic Airline and the largest scheduled carrier at George Best Belfast City Airport, has today announced three new services to Bristol, East Midlands and Liverpool bringing its total number of routes offered from Belfast to seventeen. This move will also mean locating two additional aircraft at the airport with the potential creation of 250 indirect jobs adding to the 215 already directly employed by Flybe in Belfast.
Sunday 05 Sep 2010
Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline and the largest scheduled airline at the George Best Belfast City Airport has announced, a preliminary selection of 21 key routes available for travel in early Summer 2011 including Belfast to London Gatwick.
Tuesday 31 Aug 2010
Belfast City Airport is disappointed to advise customers that Ryanair will be ceasing operations at Belfast City Airport at the end of the summer schedule.
This decision will affect all Ryanair flights from 0630hrs on 1st November 2010. Ryanair currently serves 5 routes from Belfast City Airport: London Stansted, Liverpool, Glasgow Prestwick, East Midlands and Bristol.
Thursday 19 Aug 2010
Manx2.com is set to add another flight to its Ireland schedule.
The Company, based in the Isle of Man, will launch a new direct link between Belfast City and Cork on Wednesday 8th September. From this date two return flights will operate every week day with a late flight on Sunday nights.
Tuesday 17 Aug 2010
George Best Belfast City Airport is inviting local residents to the airport as it hosts two Community Information Days on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 August.
Wednesday 04 Aug 2010
An independent investigation by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has found no evidence of low flying aircraft at George Best Belfast City Airport.
The CAA report followed claims that a low flying aircraft had caused damage to a roof in Parkgate Drive, East Belfast on 8 June this year.
Thursday 29 Jul 2010
Leading regional airline’s colourful and stylish new look reflects exciting times for forward-looking carrier.
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline and the UK’s number one domestic carrier, has launched a new creative style across all its media that sees everyday objects relating to travel and destinations being wrapped in Flybe’s distinctive coloured ‘lozenges. As part of the new creative, Flybe will be spending in the region of £3-million over the next five months in rolling out the new campaign.
Friday 16 Jul 2010
Flybe, the UK’s Number One Domestic airline and the largest scheduled airline from the George Best Belfast City Airport has today (July 17) launched a new direct service from George Best Belfast City Airport to Guernsey. The new weekly service will run every Saturday until the end of August with lead in fares beginning at just £54.99 including taxes and charges.
Monday 21 Jun 2010
It’s official - employees at George Best Belfast City Airport benefit from the best work/life balance of any organisation in Northern Ireland.