Belfast International Airport, also known as Aldergrove, began as a base for the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 in Aldergrove. When the war ended, the airport also began to accept civilian traffic. In 1933, the airport became Northern Irelands’ premier civilian airport. Today, Belfast International Airport is the largest airport in Northern Ireland. It is second in the country only to Dublin’s airport. Belfast International Airport provides passengers with the choice of domestic, charter and international flights. You can pick from 29 different international locations. These include Europe (Paris, Milan) and North America. Local flights include Scotland, England and Ireland.
While at the airport, you can shop at several different retail outfits. Some are duty free. You can purchase books, newspapers and electronic gadgets. There is a boutique shop for those interested in buying fashionable clothing, expensive perfume and delectable wines and other alcoholic beverages. You can also pick up odds-and-ends at the pharmacy and alcohol. If you are hungry, stop in at any of the restaurants, cafes or small shops. You can reach the airport by car, bus or taxi. There are five car hire desks in the terminal to choose from
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