Flights from Liverpool to Belfast
The flight route from Liverpool (LPL) to Belfast (BFS) is a busy route in the United Kingdom. Services between the two cities are often used for business travel. However, flying to Belfast is also a favourite with tourists as well as those with friends and family in Northern Ireland. In recent years, this was the busiest route from Liverpool airport.
Cheap flight from Liverpool to Belfast
Services are for example operated by low cost airline Easyjet and air tickets will usually be widely available. To buy a low cost flight it is advisable to compare prices online.
Airlines operating services from Liverpool currently land at Liverpool International Airport, which is located 13 miles from the centre of Belfast. Transport links from the airport to the city centre are operated by buses. To get to other towns around northern Ireland, passengers can take trains or buses from Belfast or head to Antrim station and continue their journey by train from here.
Flying from Liverpool to Belfast
Not only travellers heading to the city of Belfast will make use of the fast and convenient way of travelling to the destination airport in Belfast by plane. Belfast airport is the main airport in the area and has a large catchment area encompassing other parts of northern Ireland. There are between 4 and 7 flights a day from Liverpool to the capital city of Northern Ireland and the journey is completed in a flight time of less than one hour, taking about fifty minutes from take-off to landing. Compared to the longer journey by road and ferry, this is the obvious choice for those heading to Belfast.