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Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Leeds to Belfast City

Favourite airline: British Airways
Most travellers looking for flights on the route from Leeds to Belfast City decide to book with British Airways.
British Airways
33 %
KLM
17 %
flybe
8 %
Direct flights are cheaper
On this route, direct flights are £110.00 cheaper than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 00min
20h 30min
19h 15min
£114
£224
£384
Favourite connection: via London Heathrow
The most popular flights on this route are via London Heathrow and are booked by 40 % of all travellers.
Route
bookings
1 stopover London Heathrow
20h 30min, from £224
40 %
2 stopovers Dublin London Heathrow
17h 30min, from £416
30 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
06h 40min, from £335
20 %

Useful information about the flight from Leeds to Belfast City

Belfast City's unique appeal

Belfast City, the capital of Northern Ireland, is a port city along the scenic coast of the River Lagan. Temperatures are mild year round, ideal for Belfast Mural tours and historic Titanic Boat tours, two of the many must see attractions.

The city has two airports, Belfast city (BHD) is mainly used for domestic travel as well as short haul flights. 

Fascinating and entertaining things to do

This area's festivals and holiday celebrations are also part of its charm. Feile an Erraigh is a spring festival held in March featuring traditional Irish and Celtic music and culture. Past offerings have included an art festival for young people, comedians, dramatic presentations and debates. The Belfast Film Festival in April provides an international flair showcasing classic, new and short cinema from around the world. Feile an Phobail presents a variety of music, while the Belfast Mela celebrates cultural diversity; both are held in August. These events make April through September ideal times to visit, however, the Belfast Festival in October is another diverse arts festival. The tourist information bureaus at Donegall Square in West Belfast will provide more information about ongoing exhibitions and activities.

Travel tips

Belfast's cost of living is lower than London and other major cities in the United Kingdom. Hostels offer inexpensive lodging for about £12, mid-priced double bed rooms are around £70. There are several 5 star hotels in the city centre if travellers want to upgrade to more amenities. A simple meal costs around £4.50. Beer is usually £6, coffee, tea and juice drinks range from £2 to £4.

Getting around the City

George Best Belfast City Airport is the most popular landing option, it's located at the City's Port and provides free transportation to Sydenham train station for travelling into the central location. Strolling around the area is perfect for sightseeing or one way bus trips cost around £3. Metro Day tickets which allow unlimited bus travel are available for £4 or so. Smart Link Travel Cards cost in the range of £12 for ten trips; a one week travel card can be purchased for about £16. Taxis are available, sharing rides in north or western Belfast City is economical at around £1 per person. Bicycle rentals are a fun alternative starting at £1 per hour, with deals available if hired for longer periods.

Flight information Leeds - Belfast City
Cheap direct flights
Flight details Leeds - Belfast City
  • Flight duration: min. 01:00 / max. 01:00
  • Distance: 286 km
  • Flights per week: 32
  • Return flight duration: min. 01:00 / max. 01:00