BELFAST HAS EXCELLENT CONNECTIONS TO THE GLOBAL MARKET VIA TWO AIRPORTS THAT HANDLE ALMOST TEN MILLION PASSENGERS A YEAR.
On an international level Belfast benefits from easy access to a European Union market of 500 million people and has excellent connections to the global market via 2 airports that handle almost 10 million passengers a year.
George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International Airport run daily scheduled flights to destinations such as London, Paris and Amsterdam while connecting to Dublin Airport by car, train or plane provides the opportunity to reach over 180 destinations worldwide.
Additionally buses are minutes from the building’s front door via Translink’s Donegall Square terminus that is conveniently located 300 metres from the building’s front door
Additional public transport services are provided by the Belfast Laganbank Bus Station and Europa Bus Centre both within a five minute walk.
For the more energetic ‘Belfast Bikes’ are a recent addition to the city’s public transport network and there are an abundance of bike stations nearby, the closest being at the front of Belfast City Hall a mere 300 metres from Nine Lanyon Place.
Dublin is also less than 2 hours from Belfast’s Central Station by train on the regular Enterpise service and can be reached in around 90 minutes by car.
The map below shows the walking distance from Nine Lanyon Place to some of Belfast’s well known landmarks and the transportation hub.
1. Nine Lanyon Place
2. St George’s Market
3. Belfast City Hall
4. Central Station
5. Waterfront Hall & Conference Centre
6. Laganside Bus Centre
7. Victoria Square
8. Donegal Square Terminus
9. Castlecourt Shopping Centre
10. Invest NI