Your official source for the latest news and developments at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Monday 17 Aug 2009
Management at George Best Belfast City Airport today spoke of their delight as two of their partner airlines won a major public sector contract.
Friday 07 Aug 2009
Belfast is the final port in the Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009.
The Tall Ships will be berthed in Belfast from Thursday 13th to Sunday 16th August 2009.
Monday 06 Jul 2009
Manx2.com has responded to growth in passenger numbers on its Belfast services by today (Monday 6 July) increasing the frequency of scheduled flights to Blackpool and the Isle of Man.
Friday 22 May 2009
Not content with an award winning terminal, management at George Best Belfast City Airport have just overseen the first stage in £6 million upgrade of terminal facilities as they strive to stay ahead of the curve in catering for future passenger growth...
Thursday 30 Apr 2009
The George Best Belfast City Airport (GBBCA) Community Fund has announced its first Community Fund Project.
Wednesday 29 Apr 2009
Following an extensive review of operations and in line with Department for Transport regulations, new arrangements concerning vehicle access to the front of the airport terminal will take effect on Thursday 30 April 2009.
All persons wishing to drop off or collect passengers at the airport must now enter the Short Stay Car Park.
Tuesday 17 Feb 2009
George Best Belfast City Airport has officially launched its Community Fund, a voluntary initiative which will see funds donated to charity for flights leaving or departing the airport outside the scheduled operating hours. That is between 21:30 and 23:59.
Thursday 12 Feb 2009
Ryanair, Europe's largest low fares airline, today announced the introduction of a new daily route from George Best Belfast City Airport to Bristol.
The new service will commence on 30th March providing the only low cost service between these two cities.
Monday 02 Feb 2009
Loganair announced today that it is launching new routes between Belfast City and the Isle of Man as part of a wider expansion plan that will benefit business and leisure travellers.
Tuesday 27 Jan 2009
Manx2.com has seen a 12% increase in total bookings over the first two weeks of 2009 on its routes between Belfast and the Isle of Man, when compared to the same period last year - evidence that the weakness of sterling is encouraging people to holiday in Great Britain, rather than going abroad. In total, across all the company's GB routes, bookings are up by 13% on the above basis.