The birthplace of the Titanic, Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland. Combining “Beal” that means “mouth” and “Feirste” that means “sandbank” in Irish, Belfast is the 2nd largest city after Dublin.

belfast private jet charterBelfast lies on the moth of River Lagan and is surrounded by hills. Belfast is headquarters to several industries that contribute to the growth of the island’s economy. A major player in the Industrial Revolution, Belfast has a growing shipbuilding, Irish linen production, aerospace engineering and tobacco production industry.

Belfast has a history and architecture that attracts visitors from the world over. Now, you can easily get a private jet charter to Belfast to experience the beauty of the city. Get to Northern Ireland in luxury, style and comfort with a private jet charter to Belfast.

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Airports for Belfast Private Jet Charter

  • Belfast International Airport (BFS): Situated around 14 miles from Belfast the airport is the 2nd busiest airport in Ireland. The airport offers several FBOs where you can get a private jet charter Belfast.
  • George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD): Although the airport only has one runway and mainly serves intra-UK flights, it is only 3 miles from Belfast’s city center and is easier to access compared to Belfast International Airport.

Cultural Attractions of Belfast

  • Titanic Belfast: Situated in “Titanic Quarter”, the renovated dockyards, the museum is modeled like the hull of a ship, the Titanic’s Slipways and the Drawing Offices of Harland & Wolff, where the ship was designed and built.
  • Belfast City Hall: One of Belfast’s iconic buildings, Belfast City Hall has a royal exterior, stunning interior made of marble, beautiful stained-glass windows and plenty of art.
  • Botanic Gardens: Spread across 28 acres, the Botanic Gardens houses tropical plants and a glasshouse that has exotic horticulture.
  • Ulster Orchestra: Based in Belfast, the British orchestra performs mostly at the Waterfront Hall and Ulster Hall in Belfast.
  • Grand Opera House: Opened in 1895, the theater is a fine example of oriental style architecture.
  • Belfast Castle: Situated at a height of around 400 ft. above sea level on the slopes of the Cavehill Country Park, Belfast Castle offers great views of Belfast Lough and Belfast city.
  • St Anne’s Cathedral: Also called Belfast Cathedral, the church serves two different dioceses, Down & Dromore and Connor.

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