Posts Tagged ‘George Best Belfast City Airport’

Bangor 10K cleared for takeoff

Bangor 10K Cleared for Takeoff

Michelle Hatfield from the George Best Belfast City Airport joins Athletics NI Chairman, David Seaton, to launch this year’s event. The Bangor 10K in association with George Best Belfast City Airport has retained its status as the Athletics NI championship event and will return for 2019 with a 10am start on Saturday 28th September.  With entries…

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Belfast City Airport maintains ‘Very Good’ accessibility rating

Assisted travel area

Belfast City Airport has retained the highest accolade for its accessibility services, in an annual report by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The report rates the accessibility services and support for people with reduced mobility across the top 31 airports in the UK. Belfast City Airport was praised for its investment into new technology and…

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Loganair service to the Lake District takes flight from Belfast City Airport

Loganair Sales Manager Colin Gracey, Ellie McGimpsey, Aviation Development Manager at Belfast City Airport and Sharon Robertson, Head of Loganair Contact Centre

Carlisle Lake District Airport has made history after launching commercial flights for the first time in more than 25 years this morning. The Stobart Group-owned and operated airport has teamed-up with Loganair to offer routes to and from George Best Belfast City Airport, London Southend Airport and Dublin, opening Cumbria and the Lake District region…

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Game of Thrones backer launches Belfast City Airport Young Leadership programme

2019 IGNITE students with Jay Roewe Michelle Hatfield Claire Shaw and Lord Mayor of Belfast

The man widely accredited with helping to bring Game of Thrones to Northern Ireland has launched an International Youth Leadership programme at George Best Belfast City Airport. Jay Roewe, Senior Vice President of HBO, West Coast Productions launched the IGNITE programme, a joint initiative between the airport and Cinemagic, which will provide potentially life-changing opportunities…

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Belfast City Airport named the UK’s best for punctuality

GEORGE BEST BELFAST CITY AIRPORT NAMED THE UK’S BEST FOR PUNCTUALITY

Analysis of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) data has revealed George Best Belfast City Airport as the most punctual airport in the UK. The study found flights from UK airports were delayed by an average of 16 minutes last year with average delays at Belfast City Airport just eight minutes. Katy Best, Commercial Director at Belfast…

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Shortlist announced for NI’s ‘Best’ Small Visitor Attraction

Belfast City Airport has partnered with Tourism NI and all eleven local Councils for a competition to celebrate the region’s lesser known attractions and experiences The shortlist for Northern Ireland’s ‘Best’ Small Visitor Attraction, a competition launched by George Best Belfast City Airport in partnership with Tourism NI, has been announced. The shortlisted attractions and…

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Loganair confirms start date for Belfast City-Carlisle route

LOGANAIR CONFIRMS START DATE FOR BELFAST CITY – CARLISLE ROUTE

Loganair has announced it will commence its five-times weekly service from George Best Belfast City Airport to Carlisle Lake District Airport on 4th July 2019. The airline will connect Northern Ireland with Cumbria and the Lake District, which attracts 45 million visitors each year. Katy Best, Commercial Director at Belfast City Airport, said: “There is…

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Final call for entries in search for Northern Ireland’s Best Small Visitor Attraction

John McGrillen, CEO Toursim NI; and Katy Best, Commercial and Marketing Director at Belfast City Airport

Attractions and experiences across Northern Ireland have until Friday 1st March to submit entries for the Belfast City Airport competition in partnership with Tourism NI  Attractions and experiences have until Friday 1st March to enter the search for Northern Ireland’s Best Small Visitor Attraction – a competition which will offer the winner a prize of…

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2019 Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards take off

(2) Entries are now open for the 2019 Best Kept Awards, sponsored by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards seek to find the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland. Launching the awards at the Tropical Ravine in Botanic Gardens, Belfast, from left, is from left, Michelle Hatfield, Director of Corporate Services at Belfast City Airport; Joe Mahon, Patron of the NI Amenity Council and Doreen Muskett MBE, President of the NI Amenity Council. For more information or to enter the awards please visit www.niacbestkept.com.

The search has begun for the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland, following the launch of the Best Kept Awards, supported by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards now in their 62nd year, run by the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, aim to recognise the outstanding contribution from community…

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