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Useful things to know about Derry Airport
- City of Derry Airport is found seven miles away from Derry itself
- The airport had the highest growth in passenger numbers of any airport in the UK
- Over 400,000 passengers used the airport last year
- There are plans to increase the number of routes to the airport to fifteen by 2020
City of Derry Airport Mini Guide
What can you Tell me About City of Derry Airport?
The airport might be small but has big plans. Servicing one of the biggest cities in Ireland, it aims to offer fifteen routes by the end of the decade and is well on the way to achieving its goal. The improvement to transport links around the airport have enlarged its catchment area and helped fuel the boom in passenger numbers. Ryanair already operate the greatest number of routes to the airport and it’s believed the number will increase further in years to come.
So, Where can I fly From to get to City of Derry Airport?
From the UK
there are four routes; Birmingham
whilst several Spanish routes and a Portuguese route make up the quota. Getting into Derry and surrounding towns is quick and easy with car hire at City of Derry Airport by far the most convenient option.
What can I Expect to Find at the Airport?
You can exchange currency at North West Currency Exchange’s facility in the airport before spending some of it on beautiful silver jewellery at Satin Silver. For papers books and more you’ll find a branch of WHSmith whilst a duty free store has all you’ll need in the way of alcohol, perfume and tobacco products, many at less than high street prices. Eating at the airport proves to be a pleasurable experience too with Mount Charles Catering offering a wide range of freshly cooked meals appropriate to the time of day and always accompanied by ‘just brewed’ coffee. If it’s later in the day, alcoholic beverages are available too as well as quick snacks for those who’ve turned up at the airport with only minutes to spare. Finally, if you’ve got last minute postcards to send, there’s a post office facility ready to accept your missives even if the ink has yet to dry.
Latest Update from Derry Airport:
A new regional service is now underway between City of Derry Airport and London Stansted.