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Cheap Flights from London to Belfast

  • London Belfast

    Fri, 8 May - Fri, 15 May

    From £43.68
  • London Belfast

    Sat, 18 Apr - Fri, 24 Apr

    From £46.65
  • London Belfast

    Mon, 27 Apr - Fri, 1 May

    From £69.37
  • London Belfast

    Mon, 9 Mar - Sun, 15 Mar

    From £71.78
  • London Belfast

    Fri, 24 Apr - Sun, 26 Apr

    From £83.97
  • London Belfast

    Tue, 5 May - Tue, 5 May

    From £103.28

Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

London to Belfast Flight Information

Below are some common questions asked about this flight route:

When can I book the cheapest flight from London to Belfast?

Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights from London to Belfast are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

What are the airlines flying from London to Belfast?

Airlines flying from London to Belfast include Flybe,Aer Lingus,Iberia,Ryanair,Easy Jet,British Airways.

What is the most popular airline for non-stop flights from London to Belfast?

easyJet provides 43 of the non-stop flights between London and Belfast.

How many airports are there in Belfast?

There are 2 airports in Belfast - Belfast International Airport,Belfast City Airport.

Average duration of direct flights: 1h23m
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London to Belfast Flight Schedule

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Weekly Schedule
15:20 LHR 16:40 BHD
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10:05 LCY 11:35 BHD
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EI037
19:45 LHR 21:00 BHD
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EI035
15:10 LHR 16:35 BHD
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IB4716
17:55 LHR 19:15 BHD
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BE1352
08:55 LCY 10:25 BHD
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IB7680
19:10 LHR 20:35 BHD
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BE1356
15:40 LCY 17:10 BHD
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EI031
11:05 LHR 12:25 BHD
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19:45 LHR 21:05 BHD
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BE1358
16:15 LCY 17:45 BHD
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11:05 LHR 12:30 BHD
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BE1390
18:05 LCY 19:35 BHD
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BE1360
19:45 LCY 21:15 BHD
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EI8310
17:15 LHR 18:40 BHD
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FR1162
17:20 STN 18:45 BFS
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U2255
07:45 STN 09:05 BFS
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19:30 LHR 20:50 BHD
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Flights to Belfast International Airport (BFS) from London

8 May, 20:40 - 15 May, 22:20
FR | Ryanair
1h 15m
STN - BFS
Nonstop
£44
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18 Apr, 07:30 - 24 Apr, 22:20
U2 | Easy Jet
1h 15m
LTN - BFS
Nonstop
£47
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19 Apr, 20:25 - 26 Apr, 22:05
FR | Ryanair
1h 15m
STN - BFS
Nonstop
£46
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24 Apr, 20:40 - 1 May, 22:20
FR | Ryanair
1h 15m
STN - BFS
Nonstop
£52
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29 Mar, 20:25 - 3 Apr, 22:20
FR | Ryanair
1h 15m
STN - BFS
Nonstop
£52
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Flights to Belfast City Airport (BHD) from London

27 Apr, 07:10 - 1 May, 22:20
BA | British Airways
1h 20m
LHR - BHD
Nonstop
£69
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9 Mar, 18:05 - 15 Mar, 22:15
BE | Flybe
1h 30m
LCY - BHD
Nonstop
£72
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24 Apr, 19:20 - 26 Apr, 22:05
EI | Aer Lingus
1h 25m
LHR - BHD
Nonstop
£84
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4 Mar, 10:25 - 7 Mar, 06:30
VS | Virgin Atlantic
1h 30m
LCY - BHD
Nonstop
£133
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15 Mar, 06:30 - 15 Mar, 22:15
BA | British Airways
1h 20m
LHR - BHD
Nonstop
£74
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Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)

Flight from London to Belfast

Belfast which literally means, “Mouth of the sand-bank ford” in Irish, is so named as the city was settled around the sandbars at the confluence of the rivers, the Lagan and Farset, it’s tributary. Belfast is the capital and the biggest city of Northern Ireland. During the industrial revolution, it developed as the biggest linen producer in the world and was called “Linenopolis”. Belfast thrived as a centre for rope-making, tobacco, heavy engineering and shipbuilding. The Harland and Wolff shipyard built the famous ocean liner Titanic and was the world’s biggest shipyard. The city rests in shadow of hills which were the inspiration for Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift, a resident of Belfast

 This former industrial powerhouse has pulled a remarkable transformation from its troubled past to emerge as The Best Place to Visit in a 2018 travel survey. An enthralling history, superb Victorian architecture, noteworthy museums and parks and a must-see Titanic Quarter await your visit to Belfast.

Tip: Walking and taking local buses are a great way to get around the small town. However taxi services are also good and quite cheap.

Travelling to Belfast 

Belfast is well connected to cities in the UK and other international destinations. Travel from London to Belfast is very convenient. The George Best Belfast City Airport (BFS) lies adjacent to the port of Belfast and is 5 kilometres (3 miles) from the City centre. London to Belfast flights normally takes an hour and 23 minutes. Flybe Airlines, British Airways, Ryanair airlines and few regional airlines operate daily Direct flights to Belfast.

Tip: You can save big if flight bookings are made 90 days in advance.

Top Tourist Attractions in Belfast

Titanic Belfast, the gleaming angular star-shaped structure representing the White Star Line logo, sits where Titanic was built and has various exhibits along with a multimedia extravaganza which charts Belfast’s maritime history. A tour through the dry dock and the SS Nomadic, the tender to the Titanic, showcase its rich shipbuilding history. The newly built Waterfront Hall overlooking the Lagan River is a modern regeneration of the city.

The Ulster Museum with its Spanish Armada Room, the Egyptian mummy room, the Early People’s gallery with Neolithic stone axes, the Nature zone with fossils and various other modern masterpieces as exhibits, is a must-see.

A Guided Tour into the infamous Crumlin Road Gaol (prison) still brings chills to the spine.

The Baroque style City Hall, St Anne’s Cathedral, The Stormont Parliament Buildings, The Belfast Castle are excellent examples of Victorian & Gothic style structures.

Nature lovers can visit the Botanical Garden having one of the oldest glasshouses and also experience the diverse flora and fauna from across the globe. Giant’s Causeway and The Cave Hill Country Park, a reserve with natural caves, are prominent for trekking and give a panoramic view of the city.

The Peace Walls with political murals depicting different ideologies are a reminder to its troubled distant past but they have now transformed into toned down artworks.

Tip: The Black Cab tours and the Game of Thrones tour cover most of these places.

Shopping, Dining and Where to Stay 

Indulge in some retail therapy in Donegall place (across the city hall), Castle Court and Victoria Square in the City centre area. Visiting St Georges Market, a century-old indoor market, selling everything from fresh produce to arts and crafts, is an experience in itself.

Cafes and restaurants at the City centre offer the local flavour in seafood, traditional highland bakes and the quintessential Irish coffee. You can also visit other markets and delis selling the local produce, jams and jellies.  Finally, a wrap up with a pub crawl to get a Traditional Irish Pub experience is a must.

Tip: Boarding and Lodging in Belfast are best at Cathedral quarters which has old-style lodges with Bed and Breakfast accommodations and hotels across the price spectrum.

If you want to make a London-Belfast flight booking, Trip.com provides great options for cheap flights from London. Also, explore attractive discounts on their hotel booking too. Make your Belfast visit memorable with Trip.com

Roundtrip vs One-Way Flights from London to Belfast

There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from London to Belfast. However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.

Direct vs Connecting Flights from London to Belfast

The average price for connecting flights from London to Belfast is GBP 102.77. The average price for nonstop flights from London to Belfast is GBP 107.29.

Travel from London to Belfast

Belfast attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Planning a trip from London to Belfast is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online.

A Trip to Remember

Make your journey from London to Belfast a trip to remember when you use Trip.com to review city attractions before you arrive. With a preview of what's available at your destination, you can make any necessary reservations in advance for the best travel experience possible.

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