Direct Flights From Glasgow to Belfast

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Whether you’re looking to discover the wonders of the iconic Titanic Quarter in the city that gave birth to the world’s most infamous ocean liner or to explore the unique architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Loganair’s direct flights between Glasgow and Belfast allow you to travel between the two great cities in just 45 minutes.

Loganair provides direct flights between Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee & Inverness airports seven days a week with up to three flights daily during the mid-week and convenient schedules for weekend breaks. 

Customers looking for the best cheap flight deals should book in advance when the best fares can be found.

Both Glasgow and Belfast have lots to offer to visitors.

Northern Ireland’s capital city, Belfast is perched in the north-west coast surrounded by stunning countryside and picturesque seaside towns such as Bangor.  The city itself has a vibrant arts scene, with unmissable photo opportunities including the striking Bobby Sands Mural. World-class golfing opportunities are galore too, with championship golf course, Royal Portrush, just over an hour away.

Whilst visiting Belfast, your trip wouldn’t be complete without a drive along the northern Irish coast that hosts some of the world’s most famous filming locations, including Downhill Beach that often featured in the hit tv series, Game of Thrones. And the world-famous Giants Causeway certainly should not be missed either.  You can easily visit all the best attractions with great value car hire that is available directly from the airport, and special offers are available for Loganair customers too.

Scottish passengers taking advantage of Loganair’s direct flights from Glasgow to Belfast can expect to see jaw-dropping landmarks and photo opportunities from the moment they arrive, with the iconic Harland and Wolff cranes dominating the skyline at Belfast City Airport.

Northern Irish passengers flying to Glasgow can experience local delicacies before they even arrive, with the famous Scottish Tunnock’s Caramel wafer served complimentary on all Loganair flights. Glasgow has transformed in recent years and has a flavoursome and varied foodie-scene; the city is packed full of American-style burger joints such as Five Guys, but also has an array of more formal authentic Scottish restaurants such as Ardnamurchan.

Those looking to discover Glasgow’s unique culture and infamous sense of humour should definitely stop for a photocall at the cities landmark equestrian statue - the Duke of Wellington, which poses with the iconic traffic cone on its head.

Music lovers should take note that Glasgow often hosts some of the world’s biggest artists who stop off here on their way between North America and continental Europe. Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Ed Sheeran have all hosted gigs to remember at the SECC Glasgow and the O2 Academy Glasgow and it’s worth checking what’s on before you travel.

Fans of Scottish football can also take a tour of Hampden Park, the home of Scotland’s national team, as well as Ibrox and Celtic Park. The airport is well connected by public transport to the stadiums and has a dedicated airport bus every 15 minutes to the city centre.

Flying into Glasgow also allows Northern Irish passengers to access Loganair's wider network across the United Kingdom without having to check-in twice. Passengers can travel onwards to Southampton, Exeter and Newquay in England, or visit the beautiful Scottish Highlands and Islands with direct flights to Orkney and Shetland.

Reservations can be made by clicking here, using our app, calling the Customer Contact Centre on 0344 800 2855 or via online travel agents and travel management companies using all major Global Distribution Systems.

All Loganair tickets include 15kg luggage allowances as standard, a frequent flyer programme – Clan Loganair and discounts for children up to age 11.