Favourite airline: e.g. easyJet, flybe, Aer Lingus
33 % of flights on the route Birmingham – Belfast are booked with easyJet.
33 %
33 %
Aer Lingus
33 %
Direct flights are more expensive
Flights with a stopover are on average £15.00 cheaper than direct flights.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 00min
04h 10min
15h 40min
Return from £153.00
A return flight costing only £153.00 is for example available departing on 16/07/20 and returning on 25/07/20.


Flight from Birmingham to Belfast

The flight route from Birmingham (BHX) to Belfast (BFS) is a popular domestic route that is operated by the two airlines Easyjet and Flybe. There are two airports in Belfast: Belfast International (BFS) and Belfast City (BHD), both of these are served from Birmingham in a flight time of 1 hour and 10 minutes for a direct flight. The distance between Birmingham and Belfast is only about 220 miles as the crow flies. Destination Airport Belfast Getting to the city centre from both airports is fast and easy. Belfast city airport, just 5 miles from the central city, is served by buses. Passengers can also take trains from Sydenham railway station, which is adjacent to the airport, into Belfast city centre and other destinations throughout Northern Ireland. Belfast International Airport, on the other hand, is about 13 miles from the city centre. The best way of getting from this airport to central Belfast is by bus or hire car. Due to the availability of cheap flights, this route is extremely popular with business travellers - many UK international companies are based in the city. Tourists will also take a cheap flight to Belfast for a city break and the route is also frequently used by passengers travelling to other cities and villages in Northern Ireland. Low cost flight to Belfast from Birmingham To keep prices low, it is advisable to book an air ticket several weeks before travelling. Travellers should also be aware of airline baggage allowances as some low-cost airlines will charge extra for hold luggage, which may add to the price of the ticket. 7/2014