Hire a private jet between Belfast and Nottingham

  The best way to enjoy a luxury flight between Belfast, Northern Ireland & Nottingham, England is to hire a private jet. Whether you're travelling to Belfast to immerse yourself in the history of the city, travelling for work, or heading to Nottingham to explore the vast array of sporting events and other incredible attractions, there is no more efficient way to fly there than to rent a private jet.

Which are the best airports to travel between Belfast and Nottingham?

Our private aviation advisors recommend Belfast city airport for travel to and from Belfast; and the recommended airport for Nottingham is East midlands Airport

Belfast City - George Best

BHD - EGAC

East Midlands, Nottingham, United Kingdom (EGNX, EMA)

EMA - EGNX

Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Belfast and Nottingham?

The aircraft models that can land in Belfast and Nottingham are:

Seats: 4

Speed: 421 kts | 780 km/h

Range: 1381 nm | 2557 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 375 kts | 695 km/h

Range: 1125 nm | 2083 km

Seats: 7

Speed: 519 kts | 963 km/h

Range: 2270 nm | 4204 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 367 kts | 680 km/h

Range: 1180 nm | 2185 km

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What Can You Do In Belfast?

Belfast is a bustling city and the centre of Shopping, Education, Entertainment, and Business in Northern Ireland. There is sure to be something to appeal to every traveller.

Titanic Belfast

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND -  Sunset over Titanic Belfast - museum, touristic attraction and monument to Belfast's maritime heritage on the site of the former Harland and Wolff shipyard.
Enjoy the touristic attraction and monument to the titanic

Titanic Belfast pays tribute to the incredible marine history of the city with several interactive exhibits. Enjoy guided tours across the slipway, dry-dock, and view artifacts including the SS Nomadic, a fully restored tender of the Titanic.

Grand Opera House

taken by  Christopher Heaney in Belfast. The opera house host the best events in North ireland
Grand Opera House in Belfast

The Grand Opera House is the centrepiece of Belfast's incredible entertainment venues. This magnificent hall offers daily guided tours to showcase the majesty of the venue or purchase tickets to the current show.

Where Should You Stay In Belfast?

Belfast offers a diverse array of modern, elegant lodging experiences.

The Merchant Hotel

luxury hotel in the heart of Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter
Stay at the Merchant hotel

Located in a Victorian Era building that was once a bank, The Merchant Hotel is a 5-star lodging experience, offering top-quality amenities, in the centre of the bustling city.

The Fitzwilliam Hotel

a room in fitzwilliam Hotel belfast
Stay at fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

An absolutely stunning facility, located in the heart of the city, The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast offers 5-star luxury accommodations, and a view unlike any other hotel in Belfast.

Where Should You Eat In Belfast?

Belfast is a world-class city and its eateries reaffirm that.

EIPIC

Eipic is one of Belfast's many Michelin Star-rated restaurants. Their ever-changing menu showcases the finest local produce, prepared perfectly.

Great room

The Great Room Restaurant, located in the exquisite Merchant Hotel may be the most visually appealing dining experience in Northern Ireland. Its lush Victorian decor is matched only by its stunning dining options.

Aerial view of Belfast

What Can You Do In Nottingham?

Nottingham has evolved over the last few centuries, being rebuilt many times since the medieval era. Discover Museums, Universities, Shopping, and much more to engage all types of travelers.

Robin Hood Way & Sherwood Forest

Statue of Robin Hood and Little John
Visit Sherwood Forest

Nottingham and the surrounding area deeply embrace its place in literature, as there are many monuments to Robin Hood. Travel along Robin Hood Way to Sherwood Forest. The 104-Mile route takes adventurers past landmarks associated with Robin Hood, ending at the Sherwood Forest. Lose yourself in the vast acreage of Sherwood Forest County Park, or visit during the week-long Robin Hood festival and enjoy a recreation of medieval times unlike anywhere else.

National Justice Museum

Explore justice and the law from the past to the present day in Nottingham
National Justice Museum in Lace market

Located in the historic Lace Market, the National Justice Museum can be found in Nottingham's court and jailhouse, a building that has been in use since 1780. Parts of the facility date back to the 14th century. Be sure to explore their exhibits relating to crime and punishment throughout the years.

Where should you stay In Nottingham?

Nottingham is home to several incredible hotels, each showcasing the history and diversity of the city.

The Lace Market Hotel

Superior Suite in lace market
Rest in Lace Market Hotel

Located in the historic district it's named for, The Lace Market Hotel is steps from major tourist attractions and offers luxurious suites in its gorgeous Georgian Townhouse style facility.

Hart's Hotel

hotel in the centre of Nottingham
Stay at Hart's Hotel

Luxury lodging and exquisite dining come together at Hart's Hotel And Kitchen. With a long list of amenities, including a secluded garden with incredible views of Nottinghamshire, it's sure to be a memorable stay for the most discerning traveller.

Where Should You Eat In Nottingham?

Nottingham has quickly evolved into one of England's foodie hotspots. Diners can expect to find cuisine from around the world as well as some of the best local cuisines in the UK.

Restaurant Sat Bains

Restaurant Sat Bains stands out among the crowd. With a 2 Michelin Star menu and a dining experience unlike any other, it's no wonder locals say it's nearly impossible to get a table there.

Alchemilla

Alchemilla offers an incredible experience, as they're located in a building that was originally designed to house horse-drawn carriages. While you're enjoying the vaulted ceilings and exposed brick decor, their incredible courses will remind you that you're in one of the country's best dining establishments.

Aerial view of Nottingham

Travel Between Belfast & Nottingham with LunaJets

Whatever your reason for flying between these two destinations, there is no better way to do it than with LunaJets. Offering incredible private jet service, LunaJets will happily accommodate whatever travel requirements you may have. Renting a private jet will ensure that you have ample time to enjoy Belfast and Nottingham.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many airports are there in Belfast?

There are 2 airports in Belfast. Belfast International: IATA : BFS and George Best Belfast City: IATA : BHD

How far is Belfast international from the centre?

31.5 km away is the distance by car, which is about a 40 minutes ride.

How far is George Best Airport from the city centre?

Once your charter flight arrives at George Best airport, the way to reach the centre is just 9 km.

Is East Midlands Airport the same as Nottingham airport?

The answer is YES, the airport's name was reverted to East Midlands Airport in 2006.

How far is Nottingham from the East Midlands airport?

The distance from East Midlands to Nottingham is about 24 km.