What Are My Travel Options To Get From Glasgow To Northern Ireland?


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There are several options to consider when you are travelling between Glasgow and Northern Ireland. There are several flights that you can use. Ryanair flies between Glasgow Prestwick (PIK) and City of Derry airport in County Londonderry. British Airways also flies between these two airports, but the cost is always more.

It is possible to fly with Easyjet between Glasgow and Belfast International, or one can take a flight with FlyBe or Opodo to Belfast City airport, which is now called Belfast George Best City Airport.

One of the cheapest methods of travel between the two countries is to take a coach. It will take you down from Glasgow (from Buchanan Street Bus Station) to Stranraer. You will then disembark and catch the Ferry (all part of the price) and this will take you across the water (times vary due to weather and time of day) and then another bus may (you may keep the same bus) pick you and your luggage up and take you onward to Belfast.

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