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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 5 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Belfast|
|Flights arrive in:||Birmingham|
As a fast and convenient alternative to trains and ferries, direct flights from Belfast to Birmingham offer a frequent daily service for business travelers and vacationers from Northern Ireland heading to the UK mainland. A choice of budget airlines provide direct flights seven days a week from two Belfast airports, with a flight time of just over an hour. Take off times from early morning to mid evening mean there is usually a flight to suit every requirement.
Budget operator Flybe offers daily direct flights from Belfast George Best City Airport to Birmingham. Another budget airline, EasyJet, provides direct flights from Birmingham International Airport to the West Midlands city. Due to the shortness of the flight, indirect connections are not appropriate on this route.
The 364 km route south-east from Belfast to Birmingham is one of the UK's shortest domestic connections. Flybe and Easyjet services from Belfast take one hour and five minutes to complete the trip to Birmingham International.
There are nine direct Belfast to Birmingham flights on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, ten on Wednesdays and Fridays, five on Saturdays and eight on Sundays. The majority of these are Flybe services from Belfast George Best City Airport, with EasyJet offering three flights from Belfast International Airport five days a week, two on Tuesdays and one on Saturdays. Take off times range from very early in the morning to mid evening.
Departure airport: Belfast George Best City Airport is located five km north-east of central Belfast, connected by Express 600 buses or trains to Sydenham station where free shuttles provide transfers to the terminal. Belfast International is situated 21 km north-west of the city with connections on Express 300 buses. Both airports have parking lots, coffee shops, fast food restaurants, news vendors and free WiFi.
Arrival airport: Birmingham International Airport is about 13 km east of the city center, with monorail connections to the airport station, taking around 15 minutes to get downtown. Facilities at the passenger terminal include a pub, coffee shops and restaurants, a food supermarket, car rental desks, business lounge, free WiFi and taxi stands.