Belfast International Airport continues to follow all government guidance regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.
Belfast International Airport is open and easyJet, Ryanair adn Wizz are now operating. Please check with your airline for latest updates. We urge all passengers to adhere to the Government guidance regarding essential travel and only come to the airport if it is absolutely necessary to do so.
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The safety and well-being of our staff and passengers is our number one priority. We are continuing to rigorously implement all guidance from the Public Health Agency and remain in regular contact with all relevant authorities. The measures which are currently in place at the airport include:
Getting to and from Belfast International Airport
Simple steps to avoid catching or spreading COVID-19 include:
Frequently Asked Questions
Like all UK airports, we are implementing the latest government guidance from the Public Health Agency (PHA)). This includes:
We remain in constant contact with PHA and will implement any new measures as and when directed.
Please help us by ensuring you:
Passengers arriving or returning to the UK from 8th June will be required to self-isolate in their accommodation for 14 days except in very limited situations. Flight between NI and GB will not be affected by this quarantine
Please click here for more details.
Passengers arriving before the 8th June, must adhere to the latest UK Government restrictions which can be found here.
Public Health Agency is the UK Government’s lead agency on Coronavirus. BIA is implementing all its latest guidance.
PHA has implemented a number of measures including early warning of illnesses on flights and a UK wide public information campaign.
All passengers must follow the latest guidance issued by the UK Government. Click here for more information.
Not currently as the latest government advice is that temperature screening is not effective on its own.
Passengers should wear a face covering while in the terminal building.
Crucially, you should not get a false sense of security about the level of protection provided by wearing a face covering. It is essential that everyone continues to:
That’s still the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
For more information and exemptions click here
We have several hand sanitisers dispensers across the terminal but would also encourage passengers to use the toilet facilities to wash their hands.
The duty free outlet is open offering a limited range of products. Vending machines are available for passengers wishing to purchase drinks or snacks and are coin operated only. Water refill stations are available in the departure lounge but you must bring and refill your own bottle.
Yes. Toilet facilities are available.
In line with government advice and guidance the Causeway Lounge will remain closed until further notice
Priority Security is not available to pre book at this time. We will advise when the service becomes available.
All queries regarding your flight or holiday booking should be made directly to your airline or tour operator. If your flight is cancelled the airline will be in contact with you directly. Please note that both airline and airport phone lines are busy so we ask for patience at this time.
If your plans change and you have booked directly with Belfast International Airport you can amend or cancel your car park booking completely free of charge.
You may cancel your booking, for any reason, at any time up to 2 hours before the start of the booking period. You can do this online via Manage my booking here.