Which airport to fly to when travelling to Newtownabbey?p>Both the Belfast International and the George Best Belfast City Airports are located extremely close by. While the latter receives flights from around the UK, including major London airports, it also has seasonal flights to Europe. Belfast International is home to an even greater number of airlines, and it offers an impressive selection of European holiday destinations.
Flying from the UK
Between them, Belfast’s two airports serve over 70 destinations, a good number of which are in the UK. Flights from: London Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City airport are all readily available; as well as regularly scheduled flights from: Leeds-Bradford, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Exeter, Bristol, Southampton and many more. Wherever you plan to fly from, there should be no problem finding a convenient flight to Newtownabbey.
After your flight arrives in Newtownabbey
Once your flight lands, getting to Newtownabbey is simple, especially if you hire a car. Both airports have a good number of car hire and rental options available. Since they are located near to the motorway routes (the M5 and the M2) and with Newtownabbey only about 20 minutes drive away, you will be at your final destination in no time at all.
Things to do when you arrive
Whether you are flying to Ireland for work or pleasure, there is always time to make the most of the great outdoors. A walk on the beach, a round of golf, a spot of bird watching or some fishing; all these activities are right at your fingertips. Fancy some culture? Then be sure to visit Newtownabbey’s civic and cultural centre and the Theatre at the Mill, with performances and shows that are bound to make your visit an unforgettable one.
Fly to Newtownabbey today
Flying to Newtownabbey, you will soon learn why Ireland is nicknamed the Emerald Isle. On a clear day, you may even get to see rural Ireland unfurling before your very eyes as your flight comes in to land. Book with Expedia today and find the best deal for you.