12 FEBRUARY 2018


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Article from BTNews 12 FEBRUARY 2018

Belfast City Airport investment

George Best Belfast City Airport has announced a £15m infrastructure investment that will include a major upgrade of its departure lounge, incorporating its retail, food and beverage offering. 

The investment also includes the modernisation of the airport’s central security area and hold baggage screening facilities, as well as the purchase of a new fleet of Airport Fire appliances. From a passenger point of view the journey through the airport will be much improved.

There will be in excess of a 30% increase in retail space, with an expanded offering from World Duty Free and WH Smith. Food and beverage facilities will be expanded by 25%, with broader choice for customers being introduced along with partner HMS Host, a highway and airport food service company, which operates existing facilities including the Bushmills Bar.

The completed works will be contained within the current terminal building and will be completed by October 2018.

Passengers from Belfast City can fly on IAG airlines to Heathrow Terminal 5 with British Airways, or Heathrow Terminal 3 by Aer Lingus.


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