Belfast International

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Belfast International Airport
... Belfast International Airport (IATA BFS, ICAO EGAA) is a major airport located 11.5 NM (21.3 km 13.2 mi) northwest of Belfast in Northern Ireland ... Belfast International owns both of their runways after the Royal Air Force base RAF Aldergrove closed in 2008 the base is now called Joint Helicopter Command ... Belfast International is the busiest airport in Northern Ireland and the second busiest airport on the island of Ireland in terms of passenger numbers after Dublin Airport, and is followed by Belfast-Ci ...
Belfast International Airport - Statistics
... Nearly 5.3 million passengers used Belfast International in 2007, the highest total in the airport's history, with total passenger numbers remaining relatively static during 2008 but declining ... Belfast International was the 2nd on the List of the busiest airports in Ireland and 13th busiest airport in the UK by passenger traffic in 2010, but the large ...
Aer Lingus - History - 1970s To Present - Cross Border Expansion
... announced that it was to establish its first base outside of the Republic of Ireland at Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland ... Services from Belfast International commenced in December 2007 ... Significantly, this move restores the Belfast International to London Heathrow Airport link and Aer Lingus cooperates with its codeshare partner ...
Belfast International Airport - History - 1998 To 2010
... Since then the airline has established a large base at Belfast International and a further eleven domestic routes and twelve direct European scheduled routes have been ... In December 2007 Aer Lingus opened a base at Belfast International, its third hub (and first outside the Republic of Ireland) ... A320 aircraft were based at the airport serving nine Aer Lingus routes from Belfast, and the airline has restored the link between Belfast International and London Heathrow ...

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