Getting to Belfast

With 158 European and international destinations servicing both Belfast and Dublin, and 33 direct UK flights into Belfast, getting to EAAP 2016 is easy.

What’s more, with London just a one-hour flight away and Dublin accessible by direct airport buses, road and rail in just 90 minutes, you have a range of travel options open to you.

UK: 60 direct flights to Belfast and Dublin
Europe and international: 158 direct routes to Belfast and Dublin
USA: Belfast has a daily direct flight to US via Newark, connecting to the US in just six hours

Typical RETURN flight costs to Belfast

  • New York: from £500
  • Amsterdam: from £60
  • Paris: from £63
  • Frankfurt: from £150

Preferential rates for EAAP delegates will also be available through Visit Belfastand its partner airlines.

Visa - please note that if you fly into Dublin to travel on to Belfast then you will need a visa for Ireland and the UK.  If you fly into Belfast then you will need a visa for the UK only.  A visa is not required for an EU citizen.  Find out about visa regulations from your local Embassy or Consulate and check with your airline what form of ID is required.

Dublin Airport
Belfast City Airport
Belfast International Airport 



Somewhere to sleep

Belfast has a wide range of excellent value accommodation as it’s the UK’s most cost effective city. The Visit Belfast bureau provides a free accommodation BOOKING SERVICE for delegates to find you the best deal whether it’s a student hostel or top hotel!    

PLEASE NOTE - the accommodation booking service closes on Friday 29 July 2016, thereafter delegates will have to approach hotels directly. 

Belfast and UK

A warm Belfast  weclome awaits delegates for EAAP 2016
A UK capital with a taste of Ireland, Belfast has everything to offer international delegates attending EAAP 2016.

Belfast has excellent access, a state-of-the-art concert and conference venue, excursions that will stun and delight and a fantastic range of quality accommodation at affordable prices. Not only is Belfast easy to get to, but once you are here the city is compact, with all venues, hotels and attractions within easy walking distance of the main conference venue.

What sets Belfast apart from other cities is the warm welcome you will receive. World-renowned for its hospitality and friendliness, Belfast is an inspiring city. It hosted the G8 Summit in 2013 and the start of the Giro d’ltalia professional road race in 2014.