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Belfast Airport is 13 miles from Belfast City and 6 miles from Antrim and around 4 to 5 million passengers travel through the airport each year, the figure declined during 2009 by almost 14 per cent, passenger numbers peaked in 2007 at 5.3 million.
The airport is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Easyjet, the airports busiest carrier, flies from Belfast to domestic destinations such as Luton and to European airports including Spain, France and Poland. Thomas Cook Airlines operates seasonal flights to popular holiday locations including Egypt, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Ibiza. The only long haul destination available from Belfast is Canada with Continental Airlines.
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Belfast Airport has one passenger terminal divided into two spaces. Upstairs is for departing passengers with the lower level for passengers arriving. There are cash machines and a currency exchange booth. The airport has a choice of cafes and a small collection of shops. The airport has a Business lounge for passengers wishing to escape the busy airport terminal. When making your Belfast hire car booking you can add unlimited mileage or a collision damage waiver. You can pick up your Belfast rental car at the airport.
Parts of Belfast are designated as Quarters. Hiring a Belfast rental car will mean you can drive to all four quarters and make the most of your visit. The Cathedral Quarter has been a designated conservation area since 1990 and is full of historical architecture. It has narrow cobbled streets and single storey buildings in Skipper Street, once built for skippers and Donegal Street with its large imposing grander buildings dating back to the mid 17th century; the whole area is full of character, history and intrigue.
As well as the old Belfast, a short drive in your hire car will bring you to the Cathedral Quarter which is full of newer buildings housing art galleries and restaurants. The Titanic Quarter, the name taken from the famous ship built in Belfast, has a rich maritime history and having been given £billions to build a new waterfront development, will really add to Belfast’s tourist appeal. Once you have seen enough of Belfast, why not drive your rental car to visit other areas of Northern Ireland.
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