Belfast City Airport (EGAC)

Airport Information

Nearest town: Belfast (2m by car from city centre), Antrim County, Northern Ireland

Opening times: Winter – 0630-2130; Summer: 0530-2030

Longest runway: 1829m, Grooved Asphalt

Fuel: AVTUR (JP1)

Phone: 02890 939093 (Administration), 02890 454871 (ATC)

Website:, Wikipedia entry

AIP: plates and airport diagram

Landing fees: £12.00 per half tonne or part thereof for aircraft up to 2 tonnes and £23.60 per tonne or part thereof for aircraft over 2 tonnes

Airport Map

Airport Services

  • Handling: Airside Standards (02890 935027)
  • Taxis: There is a taxi rank immediately outside the terminal building
  • Car Hire: Budget (02890 451111,, Europcar (02890 450904,, Hertz   (02890 732451,, National (02890 739400,
  • Facilities at airport: Food court, deli, bar, coffee pub, shopping, tourist information centre, bureau de change, ATM, wi-fi


  • Auntie Annies, 44, Dublin Road, Belfast (02890 50166)0. Very friendly pub with a disco, that caters to a youngish crowd
  • The John Hewitt, 51, Donegall  Street, Belfast (02890 233768, A quiet sort of community pub where you can enjoy some local ales. Often hosts literary or artistic displays.


  • Beatrice Kennedys, 44, University Road, Belfast (02890 202290, This cosy little restaurant serves up some excellent modern Irish food using local produce, at reasonable prices. There is also a good choice of mid-priced wines.
  • Mourne Seafood Bar, 34 Bank Street, Belfast (02890 248544, As the name indicates, seafood is the focus here – especially mussels, which they are renowned for. The flipside is that this is one of the most popular restaurants in Belfast and waiting times tend to be long.
  • Feed the Soul at Espresso Soul, 4B, Cromac Quay, Belfast (02890 327474). If all you’re looking for is a light bite, this comfortable cafe does some good sandwiches and light eats.


  • Ten Square, 10, Donegall Square South, Belfast (02890 241001, A relative new comer to Belfast, this chic Boutique hotel with 23 rooms has quickly made a name for itself as a stylish, yet comfortable destination.
  • The Old Rectory, 148, Malone Road, Belfast (02890 667882, Originally an old rectory in the early 20th C., this is now a friendly B&B with large, quirkily decorated rooms and stained glass windows. The Old Rectory is especially noted for its breakfasts, although they are quite strict about the timings!
  • The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Great Victoria Street, Belfast (02890 311588, Elegant luxury hotel with wi-fi and all other amenities, ideal for those who want to stay in the centre of things.

Golf Courses


  • Visit The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum ( Voted the Irish museum of the year, this museum has excellent exhibits on the life and changing traditions of the people of Northern Ireland.
  • Go pub hopping – Northern Ireland has some of the highest concentrations of pubs in the UK. is devoted exclusively to pubs in Belfast.
  • Belfast is a good base for those interested in exploring outdoor activities on Northern Ireland’s Antrim coast.

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