As the UK economy gradually re-opens, Loganair, the UK’s largest regional airline, is adding George Best Belfast City Airport to its Glasgow routes, providing all-important connectivity for business and leisure.

Taking off on a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet you’ll arrive in the UK and Ireland's most convenient airport, only a 5 minute drive from the heart of Belfast, where you can get down to business, reconnect with loved ones, or fulfil your adventure needs exploring the wonders of Northern Ireland’s capital city.

The new route will see a double daily Monday to Friday and on Sundays, with a single flight on Saturdays – ideal for business travellers.

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A talented, competitive and connected city, Belfast excels in digital infrastructure and thriving clusters of high growth companies, and as one of the youngest cities in Europe, it’s brimming with young talent full of ambition and energy. In fact, 80% of companies that locate in Belfast choose to re-invest.

Home to major TV and film productions such as HBO’s Game of Thrones, Belfast is also packed with creative talent with over 1,600 companies providing everything from television programming to state-of-the-art virtual and augmented reality.

Fancy a business meeting over a spot of lunch? You won’t be short of places to try. The city is filled with exceptional eateries from Michelin Star and award-winning restaurants, to gastro pubs, cafes, and coffee shops, each boasting innovative uses of local produce, bursting with flavour and freshness.

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Make sure your trip to Belfast isn’t all about business. A small city with everything you would expect from a big city, there is a long list of things to do and you won’t have to go far to find them.

Looking for the perfect gift or treating yourself? The city’s high street offers an extensive range of stores, shopping centres, family-owned businesses and designer boutiques – all within easy reach of each other. Popular with visitors is Victoria Square shopping centre which features a glass dome from which you can enjoy exceptional views of the city.

A must see is Titanic Belfast, telling the story of the Titanic in the very place where she was designed, built and launched in 1912, while the Ulster Museum, the Botanic Gardens, Belfast Castle and Belfast City Hall are amongst other top attractions.

Give yourself enough time to take a day trip to the world-famous Giant’s Causeway. Immersed in myth and legend, the interlocking basalt columns make up Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage Site.

With Loganair’s inclusive fares, Belfast is waiting for you, with child discounts meaning the whole family can enjoy all the city has to offer.

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Regular business flyer? Make the most of your commute and join Clan Loganair. With our loyalty programme you earn Clan Points per flight and get rewarded for how often you fly, instead of how far. Plus you still get rewarded when you take advantage of our lowest fares.  Then simply exchange your points for a Clan Reward Flight to do something different – whisky tasting in Islay, anyone?

All flights are operated under Loganair’s “Safe Steps to Healthy Flying” protocols which Scotland’s airline recently announced - becoming the first UK provider to set out detailed plans on how customer safety will be attained whilst COVID-19 is present.  Loganair’s initiatives mirror those later announced by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

  • Fly with Loganair to Belfast and discover the wonders of the city. All fares include 15kg luggage as standard, so you’ll have enough allowance to bring home a souvenir or two. Flights commence 4th September and are bookable now at loganair.co.uk or via your travel agent.