Your official source for the latest news and developments at George Best Belfast City Airport.
Wednesday 17 Oct 2012
To celebrate Aer Lingus’ move to George Best Belfast City Airport on 28th October 2012, the airline is launching a competition to find the ‘best’ George Best look-alike in Northern Ireland.
Wednesday 10 Oct 2012
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has put on sale its 2013 Summer schedule that spans next year’s school summer holidays, featuring 15 routes from George Best Belfast City Airport and offering a total choice of up to 544 flights a week to an extensive range of attractive destinations across the UK. The programme includes additional frequency on many of the airline’s most popular routes as well as the seasonal return of the weekly direct service to Jersey.
Tuesday 02 Oct 2012
Manx2.com’s business-friendly Belfast timetable, introduced last year, has proven to be a great success.
Monday 01 Oct 2012
ULSTER Rugby’s flying start to the season has been given a turbo charged boost with the signing of a major new sponsorship deal with Aer Lingus.
Tuesday 25 Sep 2012
Macmillan Cancer Support is on cloud nine as Belfast City Airport announces them as their new charity partner. The City Airport will be getting involved in an array of events for the local charity and encouraging their staff and customers to get involved aiming to raise vital funds for this worthy cause.
Monday 24 Sep 2012
Flybe's seat sale offers fares on many popular routes, including Belfast City Airport, with one way fares from £20.99
Monday 17 Sep 2012
A late-night support service for vulnerable people has received significant funding towards its operations from George Best Belfast City Airport.
Wednesday 05 Sep 2012
Using water as inspiration, Belfast artist Deirdre Robb has created a unique sculpture installation entitled ‘swell’ that will be on display in the George Best Belfast City Airport as part of the inaugural East Belfast Arts Festival.
Tuesday 04 Sep 2012
Flybe, the largest airline operating out of George Best Belfast City Airport has paid its own unique tribute to Northern Ireland’s Golden Girl. ‘The Mary Peters’, a specially named Q400 aircraft, was unveiled last Sunday in the presence of the legendary sportswoman, Dame Mary Peters by Simon Lilley, Flybe Director of Marketing accompanied by Andrea Hayes, Flybe Regional General Manager.
Thursday 30 Aug 2012
With debt and financial worries becoming an ever-increasing problem, East Belfast residents can avail of a new “Money Matters” counselling service, thanks to the George Best Belfast City Airport Community Fund.