Your official source for the latest news and developments at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Monday 25 Jan 2010
Flybe, the UK’s Number One domestic airline, is reporting that this past weekend ticket sales were 25% up over the same period last year also making it the airline’s strongest weekend sales on record.
Thursday 21 Jan 2010
George Best Belfast City Airport has opened a Fast Track lane for business passengers travelling through its new security search area.
Wednesday 20 Jan 2010
Flybe, the UK's Number One Domestic airline, is operating an additional four flights a week on its Belfast City to CArdiff route to meet the sudden shortfall of seats following the unannouned withdrawal of servies of the Welsh route by low cost carrier bmibaby effective February 25th.
Wednesday 20 Jan 2010
Flybe, the UK’s Number One Domestic Airline, is today celebrating winning not just one, but two accolades at last night’s 2010 Business Travel Awards held in London, widely regarded as the highest recognition given out by the UK business travel industry.
Thursday 07 Jan 2010
easyJet today started operations from George Best Belfast City Airport with a twice daily service to London Luton.
Monday 04 Jan 2010
The expertise of George Best Belfast City Airport Fire and Rescue Service in dealing with aircraft emergencies will be available to Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS) following the signing of a unique agreement.
Monday 21 Dec 2009
Queues for passengers travelling through security at George Best Belfast City Airport will be cut by 50% thanks to new equipment and increased search channels which have opened today in time for the busy Christmas period.
Thursday 17 Dec 2009
Adoption UK (NI) is the latest charity to benefit from the Energy for Children Charitable Trust, which for this project was funded by George Best Belfast City Airport’s Community Fund.
Sunday 29 Nov 2009
Phase 1 of a £6 million terminal enhancement at George Best Belfast City Airport has been completed ahead of schedule with today’s opening of a new departure lounge which will create 20 new jobs.
Thursday 12 Nov 2009
In relation to the airport seeking the removal of the seats for sale cap, a spokesperson for George Best Belfast City Airport said:
“Under the terms of the 2008 Planning Agreement it was understood that the seats for sale cap would be lifted if the airport installed a noise monitoring system and secondary radar.
“These criteria have now been met and the remove of the seats for sale cap is the next step in this process.