Hire a Private jet between Faro and Belfast

Ask any world traveller where they have visited and you are likely to hear about places like London, Paris or Rome. These cosmopolitan cities are must-sees for anybody, especially the wealthy, but Europe is filled with hundreds of enchanting destinations that should not be missed. Renting a private jet makes the adventure of exploring these places a stylish and luxurious experience. Now those who have high expectations for the quality of their flight can book a private jet and visit cities like Faro and Belfast with the same high-end treatment to which they are accustomed.

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

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

Faro, Faro, Portugal (LPFR, FAO)

FAO - LPFR

Belfast City - George Best, Belfast, United Kingdom (EGAC, BHD)

BHD - EGAC

Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Belfast or Faro?

The aircraft models that can land in Belfast or Faro 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: 6

Speed: 289 kts | 537 km/h

Range: 1765 nm | 3268 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 377 kts | 700 km/h

Range: 1290 nm | 2389 km

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Why Visit Belfast?

aerial view of the city of belfast
Visit Belfast

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and sits on the eastern coast at the mouth of the river Lagan. Although the city became the centre of unrest in the 1980s, this should not be Belfast's only cause for notoriety. Its history runs deep and it is now a vibrant city attracting tourists from all over the world.

Titanic Belfast

building view of the titanic museum in belfast
Visit the Titanic Belfast

Many do not realize that the Titanic was built in a shipyard in Belfast. Visitors today can explore Titanic Belfast, the largest Titanic visitor experience in the world. Stand on the very spot where the Titanic launched on its fateful journey and learn about Belfast's role in the building of the historic ship.

Giants Causeway

 regularly shaped polygonal columns of basalt in Giants
Visit Giants Causeway

A short drive outside of Belfast, travellers will find the Giants Causeway. The causeway consists of 40,000 interlocking columns that are breathtaking wonder. Although it has been the basis of many stories about its origin, including being built by giants, the truth is that the Giants Causeway was created by an ancient volcanic fissure.

Places to Stay in Belfast

Ten Square Hotel

penthouse in square hotel. Belfast
Rest in Ten Square

Located behind City Hall, the Ten Square Hotel is a luxury boutique-style hotel in the centre of Belfast. It is a wonderful balance of modern chic and traditional elegance. The Ten Square offers 131 spacious rooms in an ideal location for tourists hoping to feel the true energy of Belfast.

Merchant Hotel

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

The merchant Hotel is located in Belfast's historic Cathedral District. Open since the 1860s, this hotel is the epitome of grand elegance. In addition to its stately rooms, the Merchant Hotel offers a wellness spa and a rooftop gym.  

Why Travel to Faro?

Parque Natural da Rio Formosa

aerial view of rio formosa
Visit Parque Natural Rio Da Formosa

Faro is located in the southern region of Portugal, in the Algarve, one of Europe's most popular vacation spots. Faro is known for the Parque Naturalda Rio Formosa. This is an area of lagoons and mudflats that bring in beautiful wildlife all year long.

Arco da Vila

Beautiful sunset view over Faro town in Portugal
Arco da vila in Faro. Portugal

Faro's Old Town is a great way to get a true feel for the history of the city. It is a medieval town built on Roman ruins and you can feel the layers of history beneath your feet. While walking through, visit the Arco da Vila which is an archway built in 1812.

Faro Cathedral

view of the square with the faro cathedral in the background
Visit the Faro cathedral

The Faro Cathedral is yet another attraction in the city that reminds the visitor of the vast history. of the area. Many historical periods placed their mark on the cathedral including the Moorish period, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Albeit unconventional, the church represents all of the histories that have walked through it.

Places to Stay in Faro

Hotel Faro

suite in hotel faro
Rest in Hotel Faro

The Hotel Faro, is located in the centre of the city. With sleek and contemporary rooms, the hotel offers views of the ocean, high-end dining and an infinity pool. Its location in the city allows quick access to Faro's many sites, including its famous marina.

AP Eva Senses

Superior Twin Vista Marina (30m2)
Rest in Eva Senses

Staying at the AP Eva Senses in Faro is staying with an establishment that has made luxury European hotels their speciality. Rooms are minimalist in style but never fall short in elegance. Located across the street from Faro's marina, the AP Eva Senses offers high-end dining, fitness and spa and a pool that feels as though you are surrounded by the area's famous mudflats.

Where to eat in Faro?

Ocean

Fresh local seafood, beautiful views and a particularly nice wine menu make Ocean a must-do when you visit Faro. Eat here once, and you'll understand why Michelin awarded this intimate eatery two prestigious stars.

Bon Bon

Conveniently located close to the Pestana golf course, Bon Bon boasts a world-class menu along with local Algarvian favourites, including wreckfish, razor clam xerém and fennel sole.

Where to eat in Belfast?

The Muddlers

A Michelin star restaurant in the historic streets of Belfast.

The Muddlers Club is named after the secret society that met there over 200 years ago. You can find dishes like chicken liver parfait, plum, walnut or scallop, coral sauce, kohlrabi

OX

OX guarantees menus that feature top-quality meat and sustainably sourced fish, while also giving careful attention to seasonal vegetables and fruit. In menus, you will discover starters like Wicklow venison tartare, mustard, kohlrabi, pickled broccoli flowers

Aerial view of Belfast

Aerial view of Faro

Why fly with LunaJets?

LunaJets has taken what used to be an overwhelming process and simplified it with its app. Passengers can think of a destination they want to see and book a jet in a matter of minutes. An experienced LunaJets team plans the itinerary, and travel arrangements and can even provide transportation to and from the jet. The only thing you need to do is start daydreaming about your vacation.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many airports are there in Belfast?

Belfast is served by two airports. International Belfast(IATA: BFS) and Best George Belfast International Airport (IATA: BHD).

How far is Belfast International Airport from the city centre?

The airport is 31.5 kilometres from the centre, approximately 40 minutes.

How far is George Best Airport from downtown?

The distance to the centre is only 9 kilometres.

How far is Faro airport from the city centre?

Faro Airport (IATA: FAO) is the main international airport in the Algarve, located 7 kilometres south-west of Faro.

What is the distance between Faro and Albufeira?

The distance between Faro and Albufeira is 45 kilometres (28 miles) and takes around 39 minutes.